SPRING CONCERT SUNDAY MARCH 12th

Come Join us *THIS SUNDAY* at Palmers United Reformed Church for an afternoon of music from our Choirs and our Talented and Promising Soloists.

The Concert will start promptly at 3pm!

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We are excited to hear such a wide range of delightful music performed by our Chorale, NYC, Children’s Younger Voices and our Special Soloists this Sunday! With music spanning over 500 years this promises to be a very exciting concert with something for everyone! We will be performing works from Composers such as; John Rutter, Amy Winehouse, Phil and June Colough, Dussek, Panic at the Disco, Evanescence, Mozart, Massenet and William Byrd. Needless to say it will be fascinating to see the contrast and similarities of all this music across the ages.

As usual we cannot wait to hear all our Choirs perform! We are exited to be able to tell you; Children’s Younger Voices will be bringing to life a couple of  numbers from the famous ‘Mary Poppins’ musical, The NYC will be giving a rendition of the spectacular ‘As Torrents in Summer’ by Edward Elgar, and The Chorale will be performing a mixture of old familiars as well as new works. One piece worth noting is a stunning work by Bob Chilcot, which transports us to the Orient with its Pentatonic Modality.

On this occasion, The Chorale are ever so grateful to be led by our fantastic guest conductor Jonathan Schranz!

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Jonathan Schranz is a conductor based in London, currently studying with Patrick Russill at the Royal Academy of Music. Since moving to London in 2015 he has built up a diverse career as a choral conductor and animateur. Jonathan is musical director at the church of St John at Hackney, Brentwood Choral Society, the Office Choir of Grant Thornton, the Fisher Consort and the professional Gregorian Schola, Graduale.

When away from churches and concert halls he can be found in maximum security prisons leading choral singing workshops with the charity Sing Inside!

Please spread the word!

Bring your family, friends, neighbors, distant relatives, strangers and pets! Everyone is welcome at Children’s International Voices of Enfield!

Follow the link below to listen to ‘As Torrents in Summer’ by Edward Elgar

Best Wishes

June, Christopher and Ewan

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