The Kingdom

After the wonderful experience of singing Elgar’s The Kingdom at Arundel Cathedral (see comments below) we are now working on our Last Night of the Proms Basildon style concert on Saturday 5th November.

 

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jean
    Aug 07, 2016 @ 11:30:10

    At the concert I was sat next to Liz, a Horsham choir member.
    Just before the concert began, we were chatting and she said that she had been talking to some of their men during the meal break and complimenting them – saying how well the men were singing.
    They told her it was because of the Basildon men – ‘They’re good!’
    They were indeed – a fabulous concert! It all came together brilliantly and was a sizzling sing. Not many choirs have the opportunity of such an experience.

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  2. nicesteve
    Aug 07, 2016 @ 18:22:39

    From our Musical Director, Stephen Hope, to all choristers:
    CONGRATULATIONS!! All your hard work and my relentless pursuit of my interpretation totally paid off. I was very proud of you as were the orchestra and soloists, who were really impressed -THANK YOU!

    I hope you felt the tough moments and vigorous rehearsals were worth it in the end – it was one of the best ever – and one of the most precise in terms of detail and ensemble – BRAVO!!

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  3. Jen Frizzell
    Aug 27, 2016 @ 08:56:16

    Absolutely fabulous concert! More than justified the sometimes challenging rehearsals. I hope everyone had the same sense of elation and enjoyment to have been involved in such a great experience. Jen

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  4. Esme Joyce Harris
    Aug 27, 2016 @ 11:25:40

    When we start rehearsing these wonderful works one can hardly imagine how absolutely thrilling and exhilarating the performance will be, but it was, in every sense. What a privilege to be part of it.

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  5. Charmaine commons
    Sep 18, 2016 @ 12:44:11

    Hi i am 37 and i enjoy singing. Not sure if my voice is the greatest but singing makes me feel good in myself. What are the requirements to join your group?

    Thank you for taking the time to read this

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    • Steve
      Sep 25, 2016 @ 20:26:59

      Charmaine, just a willingness to try singing with others. We sing from music scores so if you can read music it helps, but lots of people who join a choir can’t read music at first but learn as they go. We would be pleased to see you on Wednesday if you are free.

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