Camerata Choir Play Royal Albert Hall

Isle of Wight choir to sing at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the National Autistic Society on Sunday

Fantastic news for this Isle of Wight choir, our best wishes for Sunday to all involved. Ed

The Choir:The Isle of Wight’s Camerata Chamber Choir is performing at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 8 July with a selection of other invited choirs in a performance including the work of Karl Jenkins.

The concert will be conducted by renowned choral conductor and former Kings’ Singer Brian Kay.

Fundraiser for National Autistic Society
The concert, a fund-raiser for the National Autistic Society, is a performance of Jenkins’ The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace and will be the world première of his London 2012 Olympics-inspired work, Gods of Olympus.

Camerata’s next Isle of Wight performance will be as part of the Ventnor Fringe Festival at 7:30 PM on 16 August at St Catherine’s Church.

The choir, winners of the 2012 Musical Composition Festival, have big plans for their 2013 spring concert and will keep you informed.

The choir still has room for singers, particularly male. Surprisingly relaxing auditions are held for potential members to assess the all-important tonal quality.

See their Website for more info.

Wednesday, 4th July, 2012 4:12pm



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