Saturday 20th January 2024
In the Baptist Church, The Homend, Ledbury
Ledbury Choral Society extend an invitation to all singers, whether experienced, returning after a break or just prepared to have a go! You are invited to join members of the choir for an exciting morning exploring the music of Haydn's Te Deum in C and Little Organ Mass under the direction of Simon Harper, with sympathetic help from Simon Peberdy at the piano.
Advanced booking and ordering of music (if required) is essential for all those wishing to attend (including under 18's) Please use the Contact Form, stating whether you are a Soprano, Contralto, Tenor or Bass.
The morning will begin at 09.30am with registration and music distribution, followed by singing from 10.00am to 1.00pm, with a sustaining coffee break about half way through! As usual, Simon will guide us through the work section by section, and finish with a 'sing through' performance at 12.30pm.
Cost: £12 (Plus £2 additional charge for music hire)
Please book in advance to secure your place and your hired music.
Please send your fee by bank transfer to Ledbury Choral Society - Sort Code: 30-94-14. Account Number: 02000483
Should you have any questions please ring Chris Earle (LCS) 01531 632984
The choir is a group of around 60 singers, who are enthusiastic about the fun and enjoyment of meeting together to sing, which also helps to maintain physical and mental health and create a feeling of personal wellbeing and achievement.
We meet on Thursdays to study and perform a wide range of choral music and are keen that his wonderful tradition should continue to thrive. Our annual Come and Sing experience always results in us welcoming new members to the choir, which is very encouraging for the continuation of live performances in Ledbury. For this tradition to flourish we are particularly eager to welcome younger singers to our regular weekly rehearsals. If you are under 18 and would like to join the choir, we are happy for you to join free of charge, but contact us first via our website so that we can ensure that all necessary safeguarding procedures are in place.