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Dulwich Choral Society’s summer concert will comprise a wonderful collection of love songs through the ages, from John Dowland and Henry Purcell through Brahms and Tchaikovsky to Edith Piaf and the Beatles. It is intended to be a light-hearted celebration of summer, under the expert guidance of our music director Aidan Oliver, who … Continue reading
Here’s an excerpt of the Dulwich Choral Society rehearsing at our hugely enjoyable Come & Sing Mendelssohn’s Elijah event at St. Barnabas Church, Dulwich Village, on March 24, 2018. Musical director Aidan Oliver is conducting and David Elwin is on the piano. If you missed this one, you are … Continue reading
The Summer Concert is on Saturday 30th June at St Stephens, College Road. The programme is a selection of Love Songs from an anthology published by Carus-Verlag. https://www.carus-verlag.com/en/choir/search-choral-sheet-music/love-songs-editionchor.html
The Summer Concert is on Saturday 30th June at St Stephens, College Road. Rehearsals start on Monday 30th April, immediately after the Samson concert. The programme is a selection of Love Songs from an anthology published by Carus-Verlag. https://www.carus-verlag.com/en/choir/search-choral-sheet-music/love-songs-editionchor.html Summer Term dates Start of term: Monday 16th April Samson Concert: Saturday April 28th, All … Continue reading
Dulwich Choral Society will be singing Haydn’s Te Deum and Paukenmesse, and Vaughan Williams’s Towards the Unknown Region in on Saturday Dec. 1 2018. The concert will take place at All Saints West Dulwich, and will start at 7:30 p.m.
Our Spring concert will be Handel’s Samson oratorio, performed with Musica Poetica on period instruments, at All Saints West Dulwich on Saturday April 28 at 7.30 pm. Soloists will be Fflur Wyn soprano, Caitlin Hulcup mezzo soprano, Rubert Charlesworth tenor, Ben Bevan baritone and Tim … Continue reading
All are welcome to sign up for our Come & Sing Mendelssohn’s Elijah on Saturday March 24 with Aidan Oliver, one of the U.K.’s leading choral conductors. The workshop will be an exciting opportunity to rehearse and sing one of the outstanding works of the choral reportoire, acclaimed at the time of its premier in 1846 as an oratorio to rank … Continue reading