Join us on 21/22 Oct for Cherubim’s fourth choral weekend under rising choral conductor Harry Bradford. The weekend includes three sessions of choral training and a concert. Paypal is our prefered method of payment, but if you wish to pay directly please contact email@example.com
Time & Location
21 Oct, 10:00 – 22 Oct, 20:00
Wardour Chapel, New Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6RH, UK
About the Event
This year’s choral weekend is by far the largest single event we have mounted, involving nearly 20 of our Cherubim Young Musicians. We’re delighted to welcome a new conductor, Harry Bradford, who was himself a Cherub before ascending the podium. After a choral scholarship at Kings Cambridge, Harry took a Masters in conducting at the RAM, became a Genesis Sixteen conducting scholar, and among his many recent accolades are a Bach Bm Mass at Cadogan Hall and chorus mastering in Sweden and at the Leipzig Gewandhaus. He is director of three London choral societies and runs his own professional choir.
The music is a mix of famous solos such as Let the bright Seraphim and exciting choruses from operas and oratorios, featuring trumpet and timpani, along with some of Handel’s instrumental music.
Hallelujah – And the glory of the Lord (Messiah). Let their celestial concerts (Samson). O the pleasure of the plains (Acis). Let thy hand be strengthened (Coronation Anthem). To Thee Cherubim & Seraphim (Dettingen Te Deum). Cherub & Seraphim (Jephtha). Happy Shall We Be (Semele). Ritorni omai nel nostro core (Giulio Cesare final chorus).
22 Oct, 18:00
Concert - Tribunes (Right)
The concert is on Sunday, October 22nd at 6pm. Doors open at 5.30pm.