Recruiting Now...

Tenors and Basses

 

We are losing a couple of long-standing members from the Tenor and Bass sections at the end of this 2019 season and are thus actively looking for some new singers to replace them. Ideally it would be good if interested singers joined us for the Summer Term so we had an overlap.

 

We are currently rehearsing Elgar, Stanford and William Lloyd Webber sacred music for our concert on 30th March in St. Johns RC church, Horsham with Philip Scriven (organ).  We are a very happy for potential members to come and try us out during the next few rehearsals although for the final two we like to have only those who are singing the concert. It is on the whole quite straightforward and tuneful music and thus a good sing and a good way to find one’s feet! We rehearse on a Thursday evening from 8-10pm in St Leonard’s Church, Horsham – on the corner of Clarence and Cambridge Roads.

The programme next term (Summer) consists of Tudor anthems by composers such as Byrd and Tallis and we are singing with a consort of viols – not often you get the chance to do that!

 

Next season’s music is currently under discussion and will be posted to the website as soon at is settled (by June 2019) will give potential members an idea of our repertoire.

We are a very friendly and relaxed bunch but work hard and aim to give polished performances of interesting music. Whether you are a good sight reader or less confident on that front the term’s rehearsal schedule is such as to give all singers confidence that they can achieve those aims.

 

Please contact our Secretary for further information: hccgws@gmail.com

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Contact details

For all enquiries, tickets and membership applications please email
information@horsham-chamberchoir.org.uk

 

Rehearsals 

Rehearsals for the 2018-19 season have now started. Please contact us for more information. 

Vacancies 

We need Tenors and Basses! See here for more details.

 

The Choir in rehearsal
The Choir in rehearsal
The chaps
The chaps