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Wincanton Choral Society's New Term

Monday 3 September 2012, 16:14
By Jane Jones

Would you like to try singing with us?

Wincanton Choral Society logoThere is an offer for potential new members of 3 free rehearsal evenings to see whether you would like to join.

Wincanton Choral Society is a choir open to all. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings in King Arthur's School from 7.15pm to 9.00pm beginning on Monday 3rd September. If you enjoy singing and would like to perform a wide range of choral works, with professional soloists and orchestra, please call Jane Findley (01963 33194) who will be pleased to help. There is an annual subscription to cover the professional costs of our Director of Music and Pianist as well as rehearsal venue fees.

The Christmas Concert will be on Sunday 9th December at 7.30pm and the programme will include Vivladi's Gloria with seasonal music and carols for choir and audience.

At the Spring Concert 2013 on 19th May the Society will be performing Mendelssohn's great Oratorio "Elijah"

Honorary President The Countess de Salis
Chairman John Cole
Musical Director Simon Twiselton
Accompanist Jacquelyn Bevan

This letter is from the Director of Music to all the members of the Wincanton Choral Society

I still reflect on our May concert with real delight. The wonderful colour of the orchestral sound, stunning singing from the soloists and grand, imposing singing from you yourselves. I am so pleased that the programme was enjoyed by so many and that the familiar and the unfamiliar became good friends.

The coming season brings with it more exciting music, Vivaldi's 'Gloria' & Fauré's 'Cantique de Jean Racine', plus festive music for December followed by Mendelssohn's towering composition 'Elijah' next May. As we did last December we will have Jackie and a string quartet as the mainstay of our accompaniment with the requisite Soprano soloists for the Vivaldi. May brings with it the glories of the orchestral experience once again with an array of soloists to 'play' all the parts.

Simon Twiselton




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