Are you interested in making music with a group of friendly and enthusiastic singers? Have you considered joining a choir, but not sure whether it's for you? Would you like to expand your current repertoire under the guidance of a professional conductor?
Then come along to Chiswick Choir’s Come and Sing day on Saturday 15th September 2018 at Strand on the Green School!
Chiswick Choir is a large amateur choir that has been rehearsing and performing in Chiswick W4 for over forty years. In addition to the ensemble singers we nurture aspiring young professional singers through a programme of vocal scholarships. The Choir performs at least three concerts each year and has covered a wide repertoire covering classical choral works from the 16th-20th centuries along with more contemporary pieces.
Hilary Campbell is a professional musical director, conductor and composer. In addition to her work with Chiswick Choir, she is the founder and conductor of professional chamber choir Blossom Street. She is also MD of Bristol Choral Society and the Music Makers of London. Hilary’s guest work includes ensembles such as BBC Symphony Chorus, the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Chorus, Trinity Laban Chamber Choir, BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service Singers, the University of Greenwich Choir and the New London Singers. In 2018, she undertook her first project as guest conductor of the BBC Singers. For more information please visit www.hilarycampbell.com
We will be learning movements from "Zimbe!", a celebration of music from across Africa arranged for choirs by Alexander L'Estrange.
Tickets are £20 (£10 for under 18s)