Please support The Rainforest Journey Concert given by Sue Shorter in aid of INS - one of St Anne's chosen charities - this coming THURSDAY OCTOBER 19TH at 7pm at THE BARN CHURCH Atwood Avenue. Followed by BUFFET SUPPER prepared by THE CHICKPEA SISTERS who cooked our memorable harvest supper in 2016.
Please reserve your tickets through INS 020 8755 4000 or email email@example.com This has been organised by Susan Lloyd
For ages 7 - 18
Would you like to sing in the Youth Choir at St. Anne's ?
- If so, here are the answers to some of the questions you may have ...
Q : When does the choir meet for practice ?
A : On Thursday 5.30-6.30 during term time
Q : When does the youth choir sing at services ?
A : On the second Sunday of the month at the 10am Eucharist (but not in April or August) and on special occasions
Q : What would I have to do before I could sing in the youth choir ?
A : You would be invited to come to a Choir Practice to see what we do, and join in some of the singing if you feel like it
Q : Where do practices take place ?
A : In the church
Q : Who directs the Youth Choir ?
A : Mrs Marian Goodgame (tel : 020 8940 5022)
Q : Would there be an audition ?
A : Yes - an informal one (in private), to see whether you are ready to join the choir, or whether it would be wiser for you to wait until you are a little older
Q : How long would it be before I would be admitted to the choir ?
A : It usually takes a couple of months, depending on how long it takes you to learn new music and become familiar with the order of service
International performer and teacher Alison Guill, joined by Julian Kelly, our Director of Music, leads us on a journey in English and American song from Purcell to Piaf, Shakespeare to Sondheim, on Sunday 19 November at 3.30 pm in St Anne’s Church, followed by tea and cakes in the Hall. This concert is supporting Integrated Neurological Services (INS). Tickets £10 from Liz Grove at the back of the church on Sundays; or from INS on 020 8755 4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this season’s final concert we welcome back Finnegan Downie Dear to conduct the St. Anne’s Festival Orchestra in a performance of Mahler’s classically infused 4th Symphony, in an arrangement for chamber orchestra by Klaus Simon. We welcome Siobhan Stagg to St Anne’s to augment this powerful musical event.
Drawing on instruments collected from a lifetime’s study and travel, Sue Shorter creates a hypnotic rainforest soundscape, also featuring African, Latin and Middle Eastern percussion, bamboo flute and goat bells.
Stephen Fort is a Bass Baritone post-graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music In Manchester. In the second instalment of Song and Lied at St. Anne’s, he presents a programme of Lied by Schubert and Strauss.
On Saturday 26 August at 7.30pm a group of supremely talented young musicians, led by Arisa Fujita, the leader of the prize-winning Swiss Gemeaux Quartett, will perform one of Haydn’s last string quartets, that in G major Op. 77 No 1, a very early work by Webern, his Rondo for String Quarter (1906) and Brahms’s Quartet No 2 in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2. For further information about Maiastra please visit the website at www.maiastra.org.