Upcoming Events › Music - Choral
Armistice Concert WW1 Armistice Concert in aid of SSAFA in conjunction with RAFA Concert Band and The Taunton Military Wives Choir.
Royal Albert Hall Gala Concert
A concert of music and poetry to commemorate one hundred years since the end of the First World War.
Reminiscence Learning Concert
A concert of carols, ancient and modern, with such favourites as ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ and ‘The Angel Gabriel Came Down’ plus Bob Chilcott’s ‘On Christmas Night’ which includes many well-known carols in original settings. Interspersed with the carols are seasonal readings from writers and poets such as John Betjeman and Dylan Thomas. Tickets £8 (students £4/under 12s free)
Having performed much of his music in the past, Amici is to continue its collaboration with Will Todd and his jazz trio in the comfortable surroundings of St James’ Church in Taunton. Tickets £20/£15 (students £10/£7.50 – under 12’s free) from Taunton Visitor Centre (01823 340470) or from the Amici website (www.amicichoir.org.uk) ‘Songs of Peace’ – Will Todd ‘Lights, Stories, Noise, Dreams, Love and Noodles’ – words by Michael Rosen – music Will Todd ‘Ubi Caritas’ – Richard Allain ‘Saint Chapelle’…
Join us for our Concert of Remembrance, in a programme of readings, organ music and choral singing which will include Geraint Lewis The Souls of the Righteous, Ireland Greater love hath no man, Vaughan Williams Lord, Thou hast been our refuge and Duruflé Requiem. Through our words and music … We Will Remember Them. Musical Director Laurence Blyth. Our retiring collection for this concert will be for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity. Adults £12, under 18s free
The ever popular Messiah by Handel. St Mary Magdalene Church, Taunton Tickets £18 and £15 (students £9/£7.50 – under 12s free) available from Taunton Visitor Centre – 01823 340470 – or go to TCS website
Iain Cooper conducts Bridgwater Choral Society with full professional orchestra and soloists in this favourite Christmas work.
Christmas Concert No 1 with The New Horizon singers