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Winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award, baritone Gareth Brynmor John studied at Cambridge University, Royal Academy of Music and National Opera Studio.

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Odense Symfoniorkester – Messiah

Messiah
Dirigent: Nicholas Cleobury
Solister: Anna Devin, sopran
Rachel Kelly, alt
Thomas Elwin, tenor
Gareth John, bas
Filharmonisk Kor
Odense Symfoniorkester

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Christmas Concert – Thomas’s Choral Society

Tuesday 13th December 2016
7pm
Christmas Concert
Holy Trinity Sloane Square

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Magnificats of JS Bach, CPE Bach, Cantata 140 JS Bach

YORKSHIRE BAROQUE SOLOISTS

YORKSHIRE BACH CHOIR

10 December 2016, 7.30pm

JSB Bach – Magnificat; Cantata 140

CPE Bach – Magnificat

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Christ Church Kensington – Messiah

7.00pm start

more details tbc

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Christmas Concert – Teddington Choral Society

Christmas Concert

Saturday 3rd December 2016 7.30pm Kingston Parish Church (All Saints)

With Guest Choirs:  St Pauls Junior School Kingston Hill & Kingston University Chamber Choir

Christmas Music : Finzi, Rutter, Cornelius, Chilcott, Pärt, Holst

Audience Carols

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Witnesses to War – Cherwell Singers

Witnesses to War
19 November, 2016 – 20:00
St Margaret’s Church, St Margaret’s Road, Oxford
Witnesses to War
Witnesses to War

Music by those who fought, fell and lived through the Great War.

Choral works and solo songs by Moeran, Butterworth, Gurney, Dyson, Sumsion, Parry and Vaughan Williams.

Baritone – Gareth John
Organ and piano – Benjamin Bloor

 

http://www.cherwellsingers.org/concerts

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Reading Haydn Choir, Messiah

Handel’s Messiah

7:30 Pm
Saturday
12th November

St. John’s Church,
Victoria Road,
Mortimer,
Reading
RG7 3SY

 

http://www.haydnchoir.org.uk/

 

Conductor: Mandy Kesel

Orchestral Musicians: Sinfonia Musicisti

Rebecca Van Den Berg, soprano
Anna Huntley, mezzo
Eyjólfur Eyjólfsson, tenor
Gareth Brynmor John, baritone

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Leith Hill Musical Festival Concert

In 2017, the honour of opening the April Festival on Thursday 6 April will go to the choirs of Division 3: Dorking, Epsom, Horsley & Leatherhead

The programme will include:

Main works: Parry Blest pair of sirens and Vaughan Williams Dona nobis pacem
Madrigal: Greaves Come away, sweet love
Lower voices: Eric Whitacre Seal Lullaby
Upper voices: arr Paul Ayres O waly waly
Part song: Peter Aston Alleluya Psallat
Ensemble: arr. Nina Gilbert I got a robe

The first April concert series in this, the opening season of Festival Conductor, Jonathan Willcocks.

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Carmina Burana, Basingstoke Choral Society

Basingstoke Choral Society
Carl Orff  – Carmina Burana
William Walton – Façade from the Ballet Suite
Constant Lambert – The Rio Grande

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Dyson Sweet Thames, run softly – Kingston Choral Society

Our season opens with a feast of English music: an early masterpiece Towards the Unknown Region by Vaughan Williams and a wonderful, haunting Requiem by ex-King’s Singer Bob Chilcott frame a delicious rarity: George Dyson’s glorious vision of an Elizabethan pageant, Sweet Thames, Run Softly, performed just a few hundred metres from the river.

Vaughan Williams: Towards the Unknown Region
Dyson: Sweet Thames, Run Softly
Chilcott: Requiem

with soloists
Soprano: Jennifer Davis
Tenor: Nicholas Mulroy
Baritone: Gareth Brynmor John
with Thames Sinfonia

http://kingstonchoralsociety.org.uk/kcs/?event=autumn-concert-3

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