Join us for our eagerly anticipated Centenary!

With our first Centenary concert – Mendelssohn’s masterpiece Elijah at Cadogan Hall – very happily ‘in the bag’, Twickenham Choral are looking forward to the rest of our celebratory season.

We are beginning rehearsals for our Gala Concert in May, a party for our guests and friends. Roxanna Panufnik has composed Wild Musick, setting words by a fellow Twickenham resident, Alexander Pope, which we will perform along with Renaissance and Restoration anthems, each one conducted by conductors and assistant conductors associated with the choir over half a century.

Rehearsals will be intertwined with rehearsals for our next public concert in early July, including another new commission, Iain Farrington’s Jazz Cantata – Then Sing We All, and Mozart’s sublime C minor Mass.

Prospective new members are welcome to contact – you will be very welcome.

Needless to say, the Choir is taking all reasonable measures to keep our rehearsal and performance spaces safe for singers and audience, concentrating on good ventilation, generously spaced seating, longer breaks and so on.

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Coming Soon

Saturday 2 July 2022, 7.30pm

All Saints Church, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1JP

  • MOZART: C minor Mass
    with soloists Sophie Bevan, Elizabeth Watts, Nathan Vale, Peter Lidbetter
    Jazz Cantata – Then Sing We All
    (a new commission for our Centenary)

Brandenburg Sinfonia

TCS on the BBC

In February 2017 we featured on Radio 3's Meet my Choir slot. You can listen here.

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