Singing with us are soloists Helen Meyerhoff (soprano), Timothy Travers-Brown (alto), John McMunn (tenor), and Philip Tebb (bass).
From the official blurb this is:
“An Easter performance of Handel’s masterpiece, by a 300-strong choir uniting voices from North and South London.
George Frideric Handel’s Messiah is often performed during the Christmas season, but this thought-provoking work was originally an Easter offering, first performed at Musick Hall in Dublin on 13th April 1742 to a grand audience of 700.”
To hear what LCS are about listen to the audio interview shown below:
Thanks again to fluffy BBC journalist Jon Jacob for his wonderful piece.
The two choirs had their first rehearsal together on Saturday in Goldsmiths’ Great Hall and I had a wonderful time, the singing sounded immense. This is going to be GREAT.
Replicating the distance between us and Dan at the Royal Festival Hall
I joined Twitter last year and have started to make a few friends in the last few months. Obviously I use the term ‘friend’ in a loose manner because I have never met most of the people I ‘talk’ to on a daily basis. :).
I have however met a few and one who stands out is BBC employee and fellow south-east Londoner Jon Jacob. Jon is a proliferant blogger who stumbled upon my choir in March this year and he wrote this about us. Being the clever person he is, he also found our Twitter account and tweeted at us. Ah the wonders of the modern world!
Due to this lovely bit of promotion I started corresponding with Jon and reading his own blog, and now four months later I was able to entice this nice man to take some photos of us at a recent rehearsal. Many of his own blogs feature audio, video and pictoral elements and I knew he could take some great photos of our choir.
I was right of course… read all about it here and see the photos through Flickr:
Thank you Jon, next time we WILL get you to a concert. :).