Following a long summer holiday, Timeline Choir rehearsals resume on Tuesday 19th (Surrey) and Thursday 21st September (Cambridge). As always, new members are most welcome to come and join us for the new term. This autumn sees a focus on traditional music from each of the two choir’s local areas, with some beautiful new arrangements of much-loved English songs.
Timeline Choir is a community singing group with a difference: although it is open to all, with no auditions and no requirement for members to be able to read music, the choir is set apart by its specially-arranged and artistically ambitious repertoire, which celebrates the heritage of the local area, from Anglo-Saxon times to the present day.
Cambridge Timeline Choir begins with an open session on Thursday 21st September, 7:30pm, at the St. Barnabas Centre on Mill Road. If you love to sing then come along and try out some new arrangements of folk songs collected in the East of England. You can email Meg to sign up or read more here.
Leith Hill Timeline Choir resumes with an open session on Tuesday 19th September, 7:30pm, at Forest Green Village Hall, Forest Green, Surrey. If you love to sing then come along and try out some new arrangements of folk songs collected by Dorking’s much-loved composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. You can email Stef to sign up or read more here.