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  1. sue mileham says:

    SATURDAY, 22ND OCTOBER, 5.30-6.15pm,
    ST. LAURENCE CHURCH, FALMER, Admission free, retiring collection
    THE HARMONIA TRIO: Sopranos Daphne Elston and Elizabeth Shepley with Mezzo-Soprano Cara Barseghian perform an a capella programme of varied styles ranging from American spiritual and traditional songs to arrangements of English folk-song .

  2. sue mileham says:

    SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER, 5.30-6.15pm
    ST. LAURENCE CHURCH, FALMER, Admission free, retiring collection
    A BUNCH OF DAFFS: This group of mixed voices directed by Daphne Elston presents a programme of a capella music ranging from madrigals & polyphony to arrangements of songs from the shows.

  3. Walter Hare says:

    Hello Paul please find the details of the next East Sussex Bach Choir concert: –

    Handel : Messiah
    Dec 10th 2016

    Venue: St Anne’s Church, Lewes

    Date: Saturday, 10th December

    Time: 19:30

    Tickets; Adults £12/£15/£20; U16s Free (accompanied)
    Available from
    Lewes Tourist Information Centre
    187 High Street
    Lewes
    Or the “Choir” ticket manager 07759 878562

    Soloists:
    Jennifer Clark (Soprano)
    Rebecca Leggett (Mezzo soprano)
    Jack Roberts (Tenor)
    Sebastian Charlesworth (Baritone)

    Orchestra:
    Baroque Collective led by Alison Bury
    Plus a description : –
    A performance of The Messiah with baroque instruments and at baroque pitch. With the accomplished interpretation of its musical director John Hancorn. The choir has a well deserved reputation for sensitive rendition of baroque music and will be accompanied by The Baroque Collective led by Alison Bury.
    Please let me know if I can provide you with any further information.
    Walter

  4. sue mileham says:

    SUNDAY 18TH DECEMBER, 2.30pm
    Shepherds Arise! is a collection of carols, country dance tunes, readings and Mummers play, all from Sussex sources. Some of the carols are from the ‘West Gallery’ tradition, when the Psalms and Anthems were accompanied by whatever instruments were available, sung and played from a gallery found in most country churches at one time. Other carols are those collected from country singers in the early 20th century. The dance tunes can be found in some of the surviving 19th century manuscripts.

    Admission free, retiring collection

  5. Please can you publish the following concert?
    Christmas Concert
    Sunday 11 December 2016
    16.00

    Brighton Festival Chorus
    Brighton Festival Youth Choir
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

    James Morgan conductor
    Juliette Pochin mezzo
    Nicky Spence tenor

    brightondome.org

    01273 709709

    Join Brighton Festival Chorus, Brighton Festival Youth Choir and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for this annual highlight. Get in the festive spirit with all the family, and join in with this joyous and humorous celebration of the very best of Christmas music, including the chance to sing along to your favourite carols.

    There’s also a chance for one lucky person to try their hand at conducting Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus!

  6. sue mileham says:

    SHEPHERDS ARISE! ST. LAURENCE CHURCH, FALMER,
    SUNDAY 18TH DECEMBER, 2.30pm, admission free, retiring collection

    Shepherds Arise! is a collection of carols, country dance tunes, readings and a Mummers play, all from Sussex sources. Some of the carols are from the ‘West Gallery’ tradition, when the Psalms and Anthems were accompanied by whatever instruments were available, sung and played from a gallery found in most country churches at one time. Other carols are those collected from country singers in the early 20th century. The dance tunes can be found in some of the surviving 19th century manuscripts.

    Last year’s performance proved a great hit, with standing room only, so be there in good time! Very entertaining and suitable for all ages.

  7. Walter Hare says:

    Haydn  THE CREATION
    The Town Hall, Lewes
    Saturday 29th April, 7.30pm
    Tickets £20 £15 & £12 (under 16s go free)
    Director John Hancorn
    The Baroque Collective
    Leader Lucy Russell
    Margaret Ravalde (Soprano)
    Nick Pritchard (Tenor)
    James Newby (Bass)

    The East Sussex Bach Choir will be singing this 3 part oratorio, our Director is John Hancorn and our band for the evening will be the well respected Baroque Collective Leader Lucy Russell. This work was first performed in 1800 and tonight we will be singing it in English.

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