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Come and Sing Mozart's Requiem
Come and Sing Mozart's Requiem

Come and Sing Mozart's Requiem

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Time and Location

14 May 2022, 09:30 – 17:00

All Saints Church, 63 E Sheen Ave, London SW14 8AX, UK

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 Come and sing the Mozart's Requiem with Harry Bradford, James Orford and Thames Philharmonic Choir.

Harry was the Genesis Sixteen Conducting Scholar 2018-19 and is co-founder and conductor of Recordare, a vibrant and versatile choir of Genesis Sixteen alumni. In October 2021, Harry was a finalist in a prestigious international competition run from Sweden: the Eric Ericson Award for choral conductors. He was one of 93 entrants from 30 countries. Earlier this year, Harry was appointed Musical Director of the English Baroque Choir.

James is currently acting as the Head of Organ and College Organist at Eton College, and is the Interim Assistant Director of Music at St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge. This follows two years as the Organist in Residence at Westminster Cathedral, before which he was the Organ Scholar at St Paul's Cathedral.

Timetable for the day

  Registration              Morning Session              Lunch              Afternoon Session              Performance

  09.30 - 10.30                10.30 - 13.00             13.00 - 14.00           14.00 - 15.45                    16.15 - 17.00

Ticket prices

Singer £20; student £8

Performance £5

Score:

We will be using the New Novello edition of Mozart Requiem but the Novello edition may also be used. Scores will be available for hire, if required.

To register, please complete the Registration Form click through to form and submit it via the TPC website; the form also includes payment information. The closing date for registration is Thursday 23rdApril 2022.

Useful information:

Travel:

All Saints Church is a 12 min walk from Mortlake station. Bus routes 33, 337, 493, 969 all run along Upper Richmond Road. Parking is available in surrounding roads.

Refreshments:

Refreshments (tea and coffee) will be available free on the day; donations welcomed. Bottled water will be available for purchase. We suggest you bring your own lunch as the nearest shops and cafes are about a 10 minute walk away on Upper Richmond Road.

Performance:

Tickets for the afternoon performance can be booked in advance but will also be available on the door. This is open to members of the public, so do invite friends and family.

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