MEMBERS’ NEWSLETTER 27th MAY 2019
Before you jet off to those sun-kissed beaches do check that you have these dates in your diary:
Tuesdays 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th August: Additional Voluntary rehearsals with Nia Llewelyn Jones.
Tuesday 3rd September: Autumn Term starts.
Saturday 23rd November: Rutter/Fauré Concert.
Tuesday 17th December: Christmas Concert.
. . . . . and then have a great summer whether by Caribbean, Mediterranean or Churn.
JOYCE LANG 1922 – 2019
Seven members represented the Society at the Celebration of Joyce’s long life at ‘her’ Church at Windrush. It was interesting that so many of her former students were also present and spoke affectionately of being taught music by her at school in Greenwich. Many fond stories were told of the high standards she demanded and what happened when they were not achieved! We were indeed privileged that she was our Conductor from 1982 to 1990.
CONCERT REVIEW PUBLISHED
Those of you who don’t see the W&G Standard will be pleased to know that Charles Woodd’s glowing review of our concert was published with photo on 9th May.
PARTABILITY LEARNING CDs
Composite Learning CDs for the Rutter Requiem and Fauré Requiem have been commissioned and should be available in July at a probable price of £11. If you would like one, please email: email@example.com
EXTERNAL CHORAL EVENTS
Musica Sacra Dei, an annual festival celebrating music in the liturgy, under the direction of Carleton Etherington, will take place in Tewkesbury from Monday 29th July to Sunday 4th August. Details here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ojDBU-yMpLoYq62UMRMF8tkDrqD1RTqo/view
Stroud Choral Society will hold a Workshop on Mendelssohn’s Elijah on Saturday 13th July. Details: http://stroudchoral.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Workshop-application-form-2019.pdf
Charlton Kings Choral Society will hold a Choral Workshop led by James Gilchrist on Saturday 15th June. http://www.ckcsonline.org.uk/concerts/
Burford Singers will hold a Come and Sing Day on Saturday 28th September: http://www.burfordsingers.org.uk/box-office/come-and-sing/
AND FINALLY. . .
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