John Gibbons conductor
The first concert in our 2019-20 Season is the biennial St Cecilia Festival Society concert in October. Along with Radlett Choral Society, St Albans Symphony Orchestra, Hardynge Choir and Vivamus, we will be performing music with a nautical theme.
In November, close to St Cecilia’s Day, we present a varied programme of music dedicated to its Patron Saint.
Our Early Music concert in February has Spanish Mystics as its theme, with Tomás Luis de Victoria’s Vespers, Geoffrey Burgon’s Dos Coros and readings from the writings of St Teresa of Avila and St John of the Cross.
In April, we travel to early-eighteenth-century Rome for a dramatic setting of Dixit Dominus by Handel and an equally dramatic but lesser-known one by Alessandro Scarlatti.
The Season concludes in June with the second concert in our Bach Cantatas series. We will be joined once again by outstanding soloists from Amici Voices and by the Lawes Baroque Ensemble, led by Miles Golding.
We look forward to welcoming you at our concerts, which are generally followed by a social get-together, with drinks and party nibbles provided by the choir members
All concerts start at 7.30pm
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After careful thought, in the light of the current coronavirus epidemic, St Albans Chamber Choir has regretfully come to the conclusion that it must cancel the concert scheduled for 25 April. This has been done in order to help to protect the health of members and their families, and that of audience members.
At 7:30pm, St Saviour’s Church, St Albans.
Join us to experience musical genius from the Baroque and Romantic eras.
With Emma Huggett (soprano),
Charlotte Bateman (alto),
Ealing Symphony Orchestra (string section),
and John Gibbons conducting.
At 7:30pm, St Saviour’s Church, St Albans. Join us to experience the mystical music, literature and art of Spain’s Golden Age.
With Louisa Kataria (saxophone).