Singing day on Handel's Messiah

Guiseppe Verdi

 

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Treat yourself to a day of choral music-making and help us to raise money for vulnerable children!

Join us for a singing day exploring Handel's ever-popular Messiah, under the inspiring leadership of the EAC's founder and musical director, Leslie Olive. The day will be in aid of Coram, the children's charity, whose founder Thomas Coram established the Foundling Hospital in 1741, counting Handel amongst its patrons. EAC will be performing the Messiah in St Mary's in April next year.

Our accompanist will be the amazing Doug Tang.

 

St Mary’s Church, Chart Lane, Reigate, RH2 7RN
Saturday, 22nd September 2018

 

Timetable

9.30               Registration and coffee/tea
10.00             Welcome and Session 1
11.30             Refreshment Break
11.45             Session 2
1.00               Lunch Break
2.00               Session 3
3.15               Refreshment Break
3.30               Session 4 (informal performance)
4.00               Close

Fee

£20 including music hire. Full time students (aged over 16 years) £5. We will be using the Watkins Shaw Novello edition.

Coffee, tea and cake will be provided during the day at no additional charge. Participants are advised to bring a packed lunch.

Parking & Access

On-street parking - please allow extra time to find a space. Participants will be advised of availability of alternative parking before the day.

The church has wheelchair access, and there are two parking bays for disabled drivers by the church lych-gate.

How to Book

To reserve your place please submit your details on our online registration form, or if you prefer, download and complete the booking form and email it to singingday@englisharts.org.

Please note that, if, for any reason, the singing day has to be cancelled, booking fees paid will be refunded in full.  No refunds will be made for any other reason.

Singing with the English Arts Chorale

The EAC welcomes new members with some choral experience and reasonable sight-reading ability. If you attend, and enjoy, this event and are interested in finding out more, there will be an opportunity to speak to one of our recruitment team on the day, or you can email membership@englisharts.org