Upcoming Events

Saturday 14 March 2020

Messiah singing workshop day

Website Picture Messiah Workshop Love singing MESSIAH? 

Come to our singing workshop for top tips on technique from vocal coach Jane Haughton, and polish up on the favourite choruses from Handel’s much loved oratorio, led by George Salmon, Phoenix Music Director.

Want to do more? You can opt to come to the remaining three Thursday rehearsals and sing in our concert at the Hawth, with orchestra and professional soloists. Being part of Messiah’s choral ‘Wall of Sound’ , singing uplifting highlights such as the Hallelujah is a unique experience that has been described as euphoric, exhilarating and joyous. An exciting adventure awaits you, whether you are singing with us or watching us perform!

 

Attendance tickets can be purchased as follows:

Eventbrite

or you can complete a booking form which can be found here

Rehearsals  at 7:45 – 9:45pm at United Reformed Church, Worth Park Ave, Crawley RH10 3DF

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Saturday 4 April 2020

Messiah – concert

Messiah Concert Poster

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear our performance of Handel’s MESSIAH with a professional orchestra and four fabulous soloists at The Hawth, Crawley. 

Composed in only twenty four days, the piece still inspires listeners over 250 years after the composer’s death and is probably the most performed piece of music in history!

Handel started writing oratorios as a cost saving alternative to opera. Like opera, an oratorio has a driving narrative but there is no need for scenery, costumes or actors. Messiah was written in 24 days as an Easter offering and premiered in Dublin 1742 for a charity concert for inmates of a debtors’ prison. It became a regular feature for his annual fundraising London concert for his favourite charity, The Foundling Hospital and has since been well-known and loved universally.

Tickets on sale now from choir members, contacting 01293 553636 or via, The Hawth Box Office, by clicking here.

 

Please note that all details may be subject to change without notice.

 

 

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