For your chance to perform in Festival ’17, treat yourself to an uplifting session with dynamic young choral director Ben Vonberg-Clark, who welcomes all ages and abilities for a day of singing, exercise, socialising and learning something new in warm, comfortable surroundings.
No need to read music or have sung before – come and see what this feel-good craze is all about!
Choir practice is healthier than yoga” – The Telegraph
Repertoire will include Eric Whitacre’s A Boy and A Girl and Handel’s Zadok the Priest.
Following the main Come & Sing day, there will be two – perhaps three – further rehearsals ahead of the Festival Finale on Sunday 1 October. The Finale is a wonderful coming together of local enthusiasts, schoolchildren and other music makers, backed by our wonderful Festival Orchestra of players from the world stage. Your chance to sing in the spell-binding acoustics of Stoke by Nayland’s vertiginous wool church of St Mary.
See the full line-up here.
DATES & VENUES
Sunday 10 September 1000–1600 Great Horkesley
Monday 18 September (evening) Great Horkesley (TBC)
Monday 25 September (evening) Great Horkesley
Sunday 1 October rehearsal from 10am (start TBC) and 4pm concert Stoke by Nayland
For all three/four days – £18 / £6 for everyone under 30.
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