AGM ITEMS

Inspiration Pure Inspiration!: Conducted by Ivor Setterfield, Barts Choir sang Bach's Mass in B minor on June the 10th just to see if we could.

We performed with the Trafalgar Baroque Ensemble and 4 brilliant professional soloists.The result? - an outstanding performance!

View Papers for 2017 AGM (6:45pm June 19th at St Cyprians)

Do you like to sing?

Are you new to the London choral scene or interested

in seeing if you would like to sing with us?

 

 Come to next term's first rehearsals on
Monday September 11th or 18th, 18:45-20:45 
  at City Temple, Holborn.
(Nearest stations – Chancery Lane, Barbican &/or City Thameslink)

 Join us to sing live at London's Cadogan Hall this December.

There's no audition and you can enjoy our special new member package too! 

 

Come and meet our friendly members, sing for a couple of rehearsals and see if Barts is the choir you would like to join.

The choir includes both experienced and novice singers. Choral skills are developed to performance standard during a professionally led 14 session rehearsal period. We perform at 3 concerts each year at prestigious venues, such as Royal Festival and Cadogan Halls. Belonging to Barts Choir gives you the chance to enjoy and gain familiarity with the words and music of significant choral pieces of music (see our 'Concerts'- tab on this site).

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Choir View: Royal Festival Hall:- Preparing to perform Ralph Vaughan-Williams' 'Sea Symphony', Spring 2017.

 

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There are lots of reasons to consider joining us!

-     We welcome singers of all levels of experience, from the very experienced choral singer to those who have never sung with a choir before. There is no audition to join.

-     You don’t need to be able to read music, but it does help if you can follow music notation.

-     We rehearse on Monday evenings at 18:45. Our members always tell us it’s an uplifting way to begin their week!

-     Our rehearsal venues are conveniently located in Central London.

-     Rehearsal time is planned carefully to ensure all our members can learn our music to a high standard in time for performance. We also provide learning resource links to support your self-learning.

-     Learn a broad range of choral repertoire, from the more well-known pieces through to hidden gems of music from a variety of periods.

-     Be inspired to develop and improve your singing ability through expert guidance from our conductor, Ivor Setterfield. We are currently extending this learning through partnering with a singing teacher, offering group vocal workshops to members.

-     Have you ever wondered what it’s like to sing on a stage such as the Royal Festival or Cadogan Hall? We can make that happen!

-     Singing in a choir is good for you. There is growing evidence that it improves your health and well-being and there is nothing like singing out your stress.

-    Make new friends. We often go to the pub to get to know our fellow members and we’re currently developing other group activities to provide even more social opportunities.

If you have any questions or would like to come along to a rehearsal, please contact (according to your voice part section)

sopranovoicerep@bartschoir.com

Not sure which section is for you? Contact s.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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