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Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem

Come & Sing Workshop

 

10.30 – 18.15 Saturday 9th Oct 2021, St Mary’s Church, Henley on Thames, RG9 2AU   

 

A chance for singers to get together and experience working on this sublime, humane and uplifting work (even the fiendish fugues.)  We invite  singers from Oxon, Bucks, Berks and beyond to join us under the brilliant baton of Peter Asprey, superb guest soloists and the supreme talents of HCS and HYC accompanists David Smith and Anita D’Attellis playing four hands, one piano. And if you have always wanted to see what it is like to sing with HCS before you join then what are you waiting for? This will be a great opportunity to try us out in a day of music-making. Score hire available. And there will be cake. Lots of cake.

More details and buy tickets as Workshop participants and audience here

Featuring

Musical Director: Peter Asprey

Hilary Cronin, soprano

Hugo Herman-Wilson, baritone

David Smith and Anita D’Attellis, piano

Key timings

10.30-13.00 (including short break) workshop with accompanists  

14.00-16.00 workshop with soloists and accompanists

17.00-18.15 performance of Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem 

Tickets

 Sing & perform: £10.00

Score hire: £5.00

Audience at performance: £5.00  

More details and buy tickets here

New members wanted!

 

7.30pm, Monday Sept 6th, d:two, 55 Market Place, Henley on Thames RG9 2AA

Your chance to fall in love with choral singing all over again. There are no auditions. Join us for a free, friendly rehearsal and re-discover the joy of singing with a big chorus. Tenors and basses especially welcome but we have vacancies in all sections. See Join pages, or call Wendy Hawkins, Membership Secretary on 01491 576929 or simply come along on a Monday. You will be sure of a warm welcome.

You can get a flavour of Henley Choral Society, including photos and links to recordings in this special article on exploits in the exceptional year that was 2020!

A selection of past concerts