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Teddington Choral Society: Brahms Requiem

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28th March 7:30pm

Location: All Saints Church

Teddington Choral Society together with their Musical Director, Julian Collings  is delighted to announce its spring concert in March 2020.

Join them on 28 March at 7:30pm aAll Saints Parish Church, 14-16 Market Place, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JP.

This year's concert will feature the powerful and moving Brahms Requiem in German. This composition is said to have been inspired by the grief Brahms suffered after the death of his mother in 1865.

The premiere of the piece was a terrible disaster as the timpanist totally misread the dynamics and destroyed the whole music performance, we are looking forward to a flawless performance. 

Brahms’s Requiem is one of the most celebrated and performed of his compositions. 

 The choir will be joined by the Soprano, Lisa Swayne and the Baritone, Hugo Herman-Wilson.

The English Sinfonietta Ensemble together with our talented accompanist, Phil Culling, will also be joining the choir for this evening which promises to be both engaging and moving.

Tickets: £15 (under 16 free)

Tickets sale :

* online on www.eventbrite.com (search for Teddington Choral Society)

infoteddchoral@gmail.com

For more information about the choir: https://www.teddingtonchoral.co.uk

 

All Saints in Kingston is the focal point of the town.  Since the 9th century, there has been a church on this site, when it was originally part of the Saxon royal estate.

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