Musical Meditation for Lent

Sheffield Chamber Choir directed by St Marie’s Cathedral Organist, Robert Webb, invites you to a musical meditation, free to attend, in the stunning location of St Marie’s Cathedral on Friday 13th March, beginning at 8.00pm

Presented without interval, this short concert (approx. 1 hour 15 minutes) comprises John Stainer’s traditional Lenten work ‘Crucifixion’, with short motets by Lotti, Lassus, Victoria, Rossini and Bruckner interpolated.

With Organ: Paul Plummer; Tenor solo: David Watkin-Holmes; Bass solo: Daniel Sumner.

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Sterndale Singers next concert

Saturday July 6th  – 7.30pm Channing Hall

“Around the World in 80 minutes”

Listen to songs from across the globe , in a café setting.

Cocktails and other cold drinks available.

 

Follow in the footsteps of Phileas Fogg on a whirlwind trip around the globe in 80 minutes with choral music which is as varied as the scenery. We will be taking in Paris, Brindisi, Egypt, Japan, New York and other destinations along the way. The programme includes excerpts from musical theatre and opera, some folk songs, and as we finally dock in Liverpool, sounds of the Mersey.

Themed cocktails and soft drinks will be available.

Pack your bags, bring your passport and join us for this round the world extravaganza.

Tickets £10.00, Students £5.00, Under 16s Free, available from http://www.sterndalesingers.org.uk/

 

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Sheffield Chamber Choir’s next concert

St Marie’s Cathedral – Saturday 18th May – 7.30pm – FREE admission

Sheffield Chamber Choir returns to St Marie’s Cathedral under their director Robert Webb (very recenty appointed as St Marie’s Cathedral Organist) with an exciting programme of choral music.

Sheffield Chamber Choir returns to St Marie’s Cathedral under their director Robert Webb (very recenty appointed as St Marie’s Cathedral Organist) with an exciting programme of choral music.

The programme has been chosen to make the most of the marvellous acoustics of St Marie’s (often said to be the best in the city) and the superb re-furbished organ (under the expert fingers of organist Paul Plummer), and includes music by John Tavener, Edward Bairstow, William Byrd, Ola Gjeilo, Edgar Bainton, Herbert Howells and Sergei Rachmaninov.