Up 2018 Spring Concert 2018 Christmas


On Wednesday 9th May the choir sang at the Annual Liberation Day service and celebrations. We were encouraged to be appropriately dressed in red, white and blue as can be seen below.

On Sunday 25th March, the choir enjoyed its Annual Luncheon at St Brelade's Bay Hotel- a time appreciated by those who were able to attend.

On the 18th March, the choir enjoyed a workshop led by Jonathan Willcocks to prepare us for the Spring Concert at the end of April. The weather in the UK was not very amenable to Jonathan’s flight and, as a result, he arrived later than his scheduled time of 1030 but this didn’t cause a problem and we were able to stop for the day before the scheduled time of 5pm having enjoyed a busy and productive day.

Sunday 11th November 2018

The choir performed in the Stanley Sackett class in the Eisteddfod at St Helier Methodist Centre with four other ensembles and was very pleased to be awarded a Gold certificate and the cup itself. This was particularly pleasing given the past involvement of Stanley Sackett in the earlier days of the choir (see here for more).

The adjudicator was struck by the balance of the three item programme we presented. These were as follows:

Lead Kindly Light - from An Eternal Requiem by Howard Goodall, Ave Verum Corpus K618 by Mozart and Go Tell it on the Mountain (a gospel version of the Traditional carol)

Other Choir News from 2018

he links from this page will take you to reports and a selection of pictures taken on various events in the life of the choir during 2018