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We get a lot of emails sent to us advertising other choirs' and orchestras' concerts and events, and, rather than forwarding them on to everyone we know, we decided to set up this page instead. It covers what's happening musically in Kent, London, the South-East and elsewhere. It is in no way intended to be comprehensive - but hopefully it will introduce you to concerts, services, workshops and other exciting musical events that you may not otherwise have known about.

If you would like to add anything to the page then please contact Adrian Lacey c/o email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Saturday April 2nd 2022

East Malling Singers will be performing the Brahms German Requiem at their spring concert next year and they would like to invite you to come and sing with them.  

The concert performance, conducted by Ciara Considine, will be at St James the Great Church, East Malling at 7.30pm on Saturday April 2nd 2022.  There will be 12 choir rehearsals (all held at St James the Great Church, East Malling) on Wednesday evenings between 8.00pm and 10.00pm, starting on January 5th (except for February 16th, which is half term), plus a compulsory rehearsal on the afternoon of the concert. In addition to the final rehearsal, attendance at at least four of the rehearsals is expected, although exceptions may be made for experienced singers already familiar with the work.

If you would like to accept this invitation or for more information please email Robert Greenham (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by Monday December 13th.

Website: http://www.eastmallingsingers.co.uk/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/195985925142/

 

Saturday December 11th 2021

Tania Holland Williams & Phil Hornsey present Songs of Hope

Experienced 'theatre maker and opera activist' Tania Holland Williams and musical director Phil Hornsey will be co-running a singing workshop 'with the ambition to release a bit of hope and joy back into the world'. The event will cover some essential bits of vocal technique, together with a mix of music styles: a cappella, musical and African song. 

The workshop will be at Rainham Oast in Kent. Registration fee £45.00. More details below:

 

Events: Exhibitions, Festivals, CDs, Quizzes and Walks

One of our tenors, Gavin Alexander, is in a folk-pop trio with strong vocal harmonies (naturally enough!). You may enjoy their CD, Building on the Land. More information is available here:

Building on the Land / Arcelia
How Now Records

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