Saturday 13th October 9.30am to 5pm
Salford Choral Society invites you to their
Come & Sing Day: Elgar’a Music Makers

Venue: Hemsley House,
41 The Crescent, Salford, M5 4PE (free parking)


Piano - Roddy Barrand

Music Director - Tom Newall

Tickets: £17 per adult.  £10 under 19s and students in full-time education and music is available to hire (£2 payable in advance).

Book online HERE (You will need to make a separate online bank transfer of the fees), or

Download and print the Leaflet & Booking Form HERE and post to us with a cheque OR
E-mail info@salfordchoral.org.uk OR
text/telephone  07815 954370 to request a Leaflet & Booking Form be sent to you  for completion and return with a cheque

Full details are available at www.salfordchoral.org.uk/sing day

Saturday 3rd November 1pm & 6.00pm
Livinuskoor, Ghent &
St. Mary's Church Choir, Maldon present
Music for Remembrance

Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Maldon


Programme details unavailable but will include Cantique de Jean Racine and excerpts from Rutter’s Requiem.

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Choir of Saint-Mary’s Maldon:

Requiem (John Rutter) - some movements

Livinuskoor Ledeberg:

Clare Benediction (John Rutter)
Licht dat ons aanstoot in de morgen
Alle Menschen dieser Welt (Lorenz Maierhofer)
Ave Verum (Karl Jenkins)
Elegia (Karl Jenkins)
I'm Dreaming of Home (Philippe Rombi)
In Flanders Fields (John Jacobson & Roger Emerson)

Both choirs:

Locus Iste – Graduale (Anton Bruckner)
Lead Me Lord (S.S.Wesley)
Turn Back oh Man (Gustav Holst)
Jesus bleibet meine Freude / Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (J.S. Bach)
Ave Verum (W.A.Mozart)
Cantique de Jean Racine (Gabriel Fauré)
Stille nacht (Dutch) / Silent Night (English) / Stille Nacht (German) / Douce Nuit (French)

Saturday, 10th November 7.30pm
Livinuskoor, Gent &
St. Mary's Church Choir, Maldon presen
In Remembrance of the Great War

Venue: Sint-Michielskerk (Gent)
Gent, Belgium


Tickets:  €15, 12 from livinuskoor.weebly.com

Friday 9th November - 7:30pm;
Saturday 10th November - 7:30pm;
Sunday 11th November - 5pm
Richmond Opera presents
Handel's Acis and Galatea and
Biosmortier's Don Quixote chez la Duchesse

Venue: The Normansfield Theatre,
Langdon Down Centre,
Langdon Park, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 9PS


Handel's Acis and Galatea and Biosmortier's comical Don Quixote chez la Duchesse.
Fully staged with baroque orchestra.

Tickets:  £15, from 0333 1212 300 or on-line

Website: https://richmondopera.org.uk
Facebook: https:www.facebook.com/RichmondOpera
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RichmondOpera (@RichmondOpera)


Saturday 17th November 7.45pm
Salford Choral Society & Choeur Régionale d’ Auvergne present Entente Chorale

Venue: Salford Cathedral,
250 Chapel Street, Salford, M3 5LE


Vaughan Williams - Dona Nobis Pacem
Mendelssohn - Hear my Prayer
Elgar - Lux Aeterna
Boulanger - Pour les  Funérailles d'un Soldat
Jepson - Do not Stand at my Grave and Weep

Clare Wheat - soprano
Thomas D Hopkinson - bass-baritone
Tom Pieczora - organ

Tom Newall - conductor

Tickets; £15 and concession £12 are available on-line
OR from Sue Hilton 0161 881 4318
OR by e-mail tickets@salfordchoral.org.uk

Sunday 18th November 7.30pm
Royal Free Music Society, The Zemel Choir,
The Wallace Ensemble present
Armistice Day Centernary Concert

Venue: Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church
2 North Square, NW11 7AA

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World Premiere of 'Armistice' - Benjamin Wolf
Spirit of England - Sir Edward Elgar
Also including music by Fauré, Schubert and others

Saturday 24th November 10.30am
St Clement’s Church, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester invite you to
‘Come and Sing’

Venue: St Clement’s Church,
Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester


Download a pdf of everything including application details HERE.

John Rutter – The Colours of Christmas
Bob Chilcott – Mid Winter
G. F. Handel – For Unto Us a Child is Born (from Messiah)
Lowry and Green – Mary did you know
Brooks, Redner and DeFord – O Little Town of Bethlehem

Conducted by Jenny Durbin, St Clement’s musical director and a highly experienced piano accompanist and conductor. Jenny originally comes from Lincoln, and after studying at Chetham’s School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music, now works as a Head of Music at a Manchester high school, delivering curriculum music to 11-16 year-olds.

Registration from 10:30 am
Rehearsal 11am – 1pm
Lunch (provided) 1pm – 2pm
Rehearsal 2pm – 4pm (including an adequate short break for tea/coffee before concert)
Concert 4 pm

Dress Code: For the concert, black trousers/skirt and Christmas colour top (dark green or dark red). Men can wear a black shirt.

Cost: Participants - £10 for the full day’s rehearsals, lunch and refreshments and concert. This includes the music. However if you have your own score(s) feel free to bring them to help out with numbers. Details about edition/publishers available on request.

Concert audience tickets are £3 – pay at the door (cash or cheque) for the concert