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Future concerts

On Sunday 10th March 2024 at 6pm we will be performing at St John's Church in Meads.

The concert will feature a performance of 'Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo' by Michael Flanders and Joseph Horovitz, alongside year 5 and 6 pupils from

St Andrews Prep School,

plus 'Songs and Sonnets' by George Shearing

and 'Like a Rainbow' by Will Todd

 

Please save the date of our summer concert...

We will be performing at Holy Trinity Church, Eastbourne on Saturday 15th June 2024 at 7.30pm, as part of their Flower Festival

 Past concerts

A Concert for Advent

On Saturday December 2nd 2023 we sang a concert for Advent

at St Mary's Church, Old Town with music including

Rheinberger's Nine Advent Motets

O Magnum Mysterium by Lauridsen

Lux Aurumque by Eric Whitacre

Gaudete by Karl Jenkins

plus music by Gjeilo, Peter Warlock and others.

Musical Director: Rachel Shouksmith

 

An English Serenade

On Saturday 17th June 2023 we sang a concert at St Nicolas' Church, Pevensey

as part of their summer concert series.

We sang Bob Chilcott's 'Little Jazz Mass', Parry's 'Songs of Farewell' and  Britten's 'Choral Dances' from Gloriana.

Musical Director: Rachel Shouksmith

Guest pianist: Colin Hughes

Hallelujah!

On Sunday 26th March 2023 at 3pm we sang an afternoon concert of celebratory music, ancient and modern at St Mary the Virgin church, Old Town

Featuring works by Byrd, Handel, Lauridsen and Rutter.

 

Musical Director: Rachel Shouksmith

Sing Joyfully!

On Saturday November 19th 2022 at St Saviour's Church,

we performed a concert of songs and anthems in the English tradition,

including music by Byrd, Tallis, Elgar, Stanford and Holst,

and Vaughan Williams' "Three Shakespeare Songs"

Our Musical Director was Rachel Shouksmith.

Glorious music of light and love

 

 

Our Spring 2022 concert was a wonderful selection of Romantic and 20th-century unaccompanied Choral Music.

 

Highlights of this concert, on May 28th 2022 at St Saviour's Church, were Bruckner's ' Sacred Motets', works by Rachmaninov and Gretchaninov and 20th-century compositions by John Rutter, John Tavener and Eric Whitacre.


We were led in this concert by Christopher Dixon, a professional opera and concert singer who trained at Clare College, Cambridge and The Royal Academy of Music. Alongside his performances as a singer he is a Choir Director and also teaches singing at Eastbourne College.

Christopher said: "I have been delighted to work with Noteworthy Voices on some of my favourite choral repertoire and also on music new to me as well as to them. The choir has worked immensely hard to prepare for this challenging, substantial programme.

"The Mother, The Child And The Light is a musical celebration of the Power Of The Feminine, of A New Way Of Being and of A Path Out Of The Darkness. These principles have a place at the heart of all religions and perhaps have never been more needed in the world than they are now."

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