St. Mary’s Horsell
Tickets: £10 (to include refreshments)
Available from Needle & Thread or Spar, Horsell Village
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Parking at the village school
Music through the years at
Garfield Rd, Ryde, Hampshire PO33 2PT
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All Saints’ Lightwater – Easter concert – 7.30 pm evening
Featuring:-Bullard – The Wondrous Cross Mozart – Ave Verum Corpus Tavener – The Lamb
Conductor : Ben Gaughran
Pianist: Teresa Manese
Organist: Matthew O’Sullivan
Tickets – £5 adults; £2.50 children
To book tickets, email email@example.com – or you can give money to Mark Wallace at the next rehearsal. Or alternatively tickets and payment can be made on the door!
All Saints’ Church, Broadway Road, Lightwater, Surrey GU18 5JJ
a welcome return from Mosaic Chamber Choir, with a delightfully eclectic programme of favourites old and new, followed by the incomparable Fauré Requiem.
Tickets £18 (unreserved) children £5
Available from the St Martin’s box office: call 020 7766 1100 or book online.
You can also purchase tickets from our ticket store:
For adults, purchase the Full-length Concert Ticket, and be sure to select the correct concert from the drop-down list as you book.
For children (aged up to 16), purchase the Child Ticket – and again, please be sure to select the correct concert from the drop-down list as you book.
NB a reduced price combined ticket is available for this evening’s two concerts from the St Martin’s box office (25% discount).
In association with Edirisa UK
Piano accompanist required for Woking-based chamber choir. Modest expenses considered. Rehearsals every Monday eve 7.30 – 9.15 pm. Plus concerts 4 – 5 times per year.
For further information :-
Mosaic are currently recruiting a new Director of Music to replace our existing Director and founder, Karen Faulkner.
Director of Music
The new Musical Director would be expected to continue the traditions outlined below while at the same time widening our horizons. We are hoping to develop our repertoire and to expand our audience and performance venue range.
The Music Director will be responsible for setting and maintaining the musical standards of the choir, contributing to the selection of repertoire, running rehearsals, auditioning potential new members and conducting concerts. All other administration will be covered by members of the choir.
The position will suit someone who is an able musician with a lively personality, but who is also committed to benefitting the wider community.
The position is unpaid, but we would be happy to pay any necessary expenses.
If necessary, initial interviews will take place in September. Auditions will be held as part of regular rehearsals on a Monday evening at the beginning of the Autumn Term. They will include a set piece new to the choir, your choice from a selection of our repertoire and an opportunity for you to demonstrate your own approach. There will also be an open discussion session with the choir. Copies of the music will be available to candidates.
If you are interested in applying for this position please fill in the Application Form and return this to us along with your CV etc. by Friday 25th May.
Mosaic Chamber Choir was formed nine years ago by the present Musical Director, and has developed over those years to become one of the most dynamic and diverse small choirs in the area.
We rehearse in Woking on a Monday evening, weekly during term time.
We aim to perform three or four times a year. Venues have included places as diverse as Brook Green, Ealing, Guildford, Knebworth, Richmond, Virginia Water, and Trafalgar Square.
Whilst most members are reasonably local to Woking, others come from a wide area, ranging from North London, Richmond, Surbiton, Guildford and Alton. The group has become a very happy and cohesive unit. There is a great level of commitment to the choir despite pressures of distance and work.
We are a non-profit making organisation and have performed almost exclusively for charities of all kinds. As such our aim is always to ensure that the enjoyment of the audience is paramount, as is reflected in the number of repeat requests that we receive.
We have a membership of around 20 singers. About a third have professional musical training and work in teaching, music therapy, administration and marketing for the BBC and major recording companies. Others have fully trained voices, were Cathedral choristers or are very experienced choral singers.
Most members have good sight-reading skills and we pride ourselves on the fact that rehearsal time can concentrate on producing a technically accurate, musical, stylish and confident performance.
We have a diverse range of musical interests and this is shown in our repertoire and in the style of concerts that we present. These range from serious church performances of small scale sacred and secular classical items, to relaxed evenings incorporating jazz numbers, folk arrangements, excerpts from musicals and light entertaining pieces. Concerts have generally included solo and small group items performed by members of the choir.
To hear us and learn more about us, please see our website: www.mosaicchamberchoir.org.uk
It was definitely warmer than previous years and the record December temperatures definitely made for more comfortable singing.
There was a lovely atmosphere and many gathered around the tree in the square to listen or join in.
In total we raised £163.95.
|From Mosaic Chamber Choir|