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    • 15 June 2019Choral/Choirs

      Thames Philharmonic Choir - Summer Concert

      This concert will be John Bate's farewell concert with Thames Philharmonic Choir – he retires this summer after 55 years as the Choir's founder conductor.

      It will include performances of:

      Hubert Parry:                            I Was Glad

      Hubert Parry:                             Best Pair of Sirens

      Ralph Vaughan Williams:          Five Mysical Songs

      Charles Villiers Stanford:          Songs of the Fleet

      Gershwin:                                  Songs from the shows:            

      Plus organ music by Howells

      Soloist:                  Dan D'Souza (Baritone)

      Organist:                Stephen Disley

      Pianist:                   Benjamin Costello

      Thames Philharmonic Choir

      Conductor:            John Bate

      Tickets: £20, £16, £5; under 18s and full-time students: £18, £14.50

      Box Office: 07522 524081


      or at the door

      Free entry to the afternoon rehearsal from 2.30pm

      Thames Philharmonic Choir event

    • 22 June 2019Choral/Choirs

      Sir Edward Elgar's Dream of Gerontius at Southwark Cathedral

      Saturday 22nd June is a unique day in the calendar for both the Epsom Choral Society and Barnes Choir.  These two great well-established choirs will be joining forces for the first time, under their joint musical director Julian Collings, to perform Elgar’s best loved choral work, the Dream of Gerontius, at the great Southwark Cathedral.

      Gerontius is acknowledged to be one of the greatest choral works ever written. It is a deeply moving work, a heartfelt expression of loss and hope in the face of death.  The poem was written by Cardinal John Henry Newman, (whose canonisation is due to take place in Rome later this year). It follows the journey of a dying man who meets his Guardian Angel and goes before his God before being taken to Purgatory with the promise of everlasting glory. With stirring passages of great power and beauty and an achingly beautiful finale, this great work is cherished by music lovers everywhere.

      These two long established choirs, Epsom Choral Society currently in its 97th season and Barnes Choir now in its 66th season, will bring their love and experience of great choral singing to delight their audience.

      The soloists are Judy Brown (mezzo-soprano), Elgan Llŷr Thomas (tenor) and Julien Van Mellaerts (baritone). Also performing are the Arcubus Ensemble and the Regent Sinfonia.

      Entry is £20, or £10 for students and under-18s and there are restricted view seat for £15, or £8 for students and under-18s available from or Tel 07522 111 219


      Barnes Choir event

    • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

      Deep River

      Deep River

      Marble Hill Singers

      Saturday, 29 June at 7.30pm

      Tickets: £10 from 0333 1212 300 or online at

      All proceeds from this concert are going to the Down's Syndrome Association.

      Soulful and moving songs and piano music, including Handel's Water Music.

      With conductor: Rebecca Taylor

      Langdon Down Centre event

    • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

      Summer Concert: the Power of Song

      Duruflé Requiem

      Bruch: Die Macht des Gesanges

      Tavener: Svyati

      Vierne: Les Angélus

      This fascinating programme brings together works from three very different traditions. Duruflé’s love of Gregorian plainchant shines through his understated, achingly lyrical Requiem mass, which will be performed alongside his friend Vierne’s enchanting songs for mezzo-soprano and organ. John Tavener’s Svyati for choir and cello, written in memory of a friend, draws movingly on the colour and tradition of the Russian Orthodox church. Finally, The Power of Song by Max Bruch, is an impassioned, Romantic hymn to the quasi-religious power of music itself.

      Mezzo-soprano: Penelope Cousland

      Baritone: Gareth Brynmor John

      Organ: James Orford

      Cello: Clare O’Connell

      Kingston Choral Society

      Conductor: Andrew Griffiths


      Adults: £13

      Concessions: £11

      Under 18s and full-time students: £5


      (Booking fee applies)

      Box Office

      07770 932912

      Kingston Choral Society event

    • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

      Brahms and Vaughan Williams

      Sacred and Secular music including Brahms Funf Gesange and Vaughan Williams In Windsor Forest and more

      Trumpeter: George Picker

      Conductor: Jack Apperley

      Accompanist: Paul Ayres

      Tickets  £12 in advance from

      £14 on door, 18 and under free.


      Concordia Voices event

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Arts Richmond Events

Launch of the poetry anthology 'Time'

In association with The Richmond Shakespeare Society

poetry anthology 'Time'

29 June 2019
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