TCC joins its sister-choirs London Docklands Singers and Choir of the London School of Economics to sing In Paradisum by our conductor Andrew Campling. Tickets available at: http://concerto2016.brownpapertickets.com/ and proceeds go to H.A.K. Trust – supporting children in Gurash Pur, Bangladesh. This will be a fantastic event and a brilliant opportunity to hear Andrew’s three choirs come together and sing his wonderful music, particularly as it is for his birthday – a great present!
We are looking forward to performing our next concert on Saturday 5th March, 7.30pm at St Marks Church in Camden.
Programme to include:
Tallis Lamentations of Jeremiah
Lassus Magnificat Octavi
Byrd Laudibus in Sanctus
Lobo Versa in Luctus Est
Schnittke 3 Sacred Hymns.
Howells Preces and responses
Rachmaninov Vespers mvt 2 Bless the lord.
Harris Faire is the Heaven
Tickets available on the door or online: https://tccmarch2016.eventbrite.co.uk for £10 (£7 concessions). Please note there is a booking fee if you pay online.
Thames Chamber Choir presents a festive selection of traditional Advent and Christmas carols, accompanied by harp. With music from as far afield as Denmark and Estonia, as well as from Germany and Britain, this programme is united by the sense of musical and textual traditions on which each piece uniquely draws. Sources such as chorales, plainsong, carols, and folk tunes, spanning seven centuries from the thirteenth to the nineteenth, variously inform and inspire this range of seasonal choral music.
THAMES CHAMBER CHOIR
Led by Andrew Campling and Christian Spielmann
A CEREMONY OF CAROLS
A festive of selection of traditional Advent and Christmas carols
Including: A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten; and Ave Maris Stella by Andrew Campling
Plus music by: Böhne; Cornelius; Nielsen; Pearsall; Sandström; Schützler; Tormis; and Willcocks
Followed by mulled wine and mince pies
ST DUNSTAN’S AND ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, STEPNEY HIGH STREET, E1 0NR
Saturday 5th December 2015, 7pm
Admission FREE, with a retiring collection in aid of St Dunstan’s and All Saints’ Church
We look forward to seeing you there!
Our next concert, 24th October at Conway Hall, is an exciting collaboration between artist Alfred Huckett and composer Andrew Campling – both of whom are already an integral part of TCC as 2nd bass and conductor!
Parallel Journeys is a concert which combines a new exhibition of artworks from Alfred Huckett created between 2010-2015, all based on music. His recent work is a series completed this year derived from two pieces of plainsong, Ave maris stella and Stabat mater. These two anthems were chosen as motifs both by Alfred Huckett and Andrew Campling as a joint project in which to form paintings and music. Andrew Campling’s new work ‘Ave Maris Stella’ is based on the extraordinary life-journey of Mary, the mother of Jesus. The music incorporates two plainsong themes: ‘Ave maris stella’ (Hail, thou star of the sea’) and ‘Stabat mater dolorosa’, (the mother stands weeping). The work is for soprano solo, chorus and strings.
NEW PAINTINGS by Alfred Huckett | NEW MUSIC by Andrew Campling
CONCERT Sat 24 October 2015 7.30pm
ANDREW CAMPLING – AVE MARIS STELLA (First performance)
MONTEVERDI – MOTETS FROM THE 8TH OCTAVO
HANDEL – ODE FOR BIRTHDAY OF QUEEN ANE
Conducted by Andrew Campling and Christian Spielmann, with Thames Chamber Choir and Marcel Sinfonia. Concert proceeds to Coram Foundation for Children
EXHIBITION RUNS FROM Sat 3 Oct – Fri 30 Oct. PLEASE RING 0207 061 6741 or 0207 405 1818 to check access
PREVIEW OF PAINTINGS Wed 7 Oct 2014 6pm
TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE AND ON THE DOOR: http://tcc-parallel-journeys.eventbrite.com
Tickets are on sale for our upcoming concert on 4th July at 7.30 at St. Marks Church, London NW1 7TN. Tickets available online in advance from http://lux-tcc.eventbrite.co.uk or on the door.