Here’s the poster for our next concert on 18th November at 7.30pm in St Peter’s, Sudbury. Tickets are available in person and by phone from Sudbury Tourist Information Office, tel 01787 881320, Compact Music, North Street tel 01787 881160 and our newest ticket outlet, the Quay Theatre by phone: 01787 374745, in person and online.
The Missa in Angustiis (Mass for Troubled Times) otherwise known as the Nelson Mass by Joseph Haydn is our next major work. We’re starting rehearsals on 3rd September – new members welcome!
Our Spring Concert is on Sunday 15th April at 7.30pm.
Haydn’s Creation is a well loved choral work with loads of great tunes and thrilling moments. Soloists include local baritone Mark Saberton.
Tickets are available online from The Quay Theatre and in person from Sudbury Tourist Information Centre and Compact Music, North Street.
Our Christmas spectacular is this Sunday, 17th December at 2.45pm. Bures Primary School Choir are giving us the aaaah factor, audience carols provide the sing-along vibe, nicely finished off with mince pies…and a carol from the choir about a sparrow!
Tickets are still available from Compact Music and Sudbury Tourist Info Centre in the Library.
Some tickets are still available for tonight’s Autumn Concert in St Peter’s, Sudbury. Some superb young soloists from the Royal College of Music will be singing their hearts out – get your hankies ready for ‘When I Am Laid in Earth’ from Dido and Aeneas, sob. It starts at 7.30pm.
Lucky us, we’re singing Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas for our next concert in November. Our first rehearsal is Monday 4th September in our new practice venue at Woodhall School.
You can’t go wrong with Judy Garland, that most iconic of Hollywood stars. We are celebrating her and other singers on 2nd July at 3.30pm in St Peters. And tea and cake!
Our last concert, Mendelssohn’s Elijah was a huge success for us – an inspiring evening, spurred on by having a replacement Elijah soloist at the last minute – you would never have known.
Our Summer Concert on Sunday 2nd July at 3.30pm features Songs from the Films. We’ve got support from the super-talented Laura Barnard, and vocal harmonies from The Accidentals and Flat Broke . Songs will span the decades, including this Eighties-tastic Bond theme tune by Sheena Easton:
If you fancy something more classical, a follow up to last year’s packed-out French Horn concert is being put on to support us in St Peter’s on Sunday 23rd July. Tickets available shortly.