The music accompanying this page is "Autumn Leaves"
by Kosma Carter
which we sang at one of our October 2015 Concerts
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We are holding a Concert on
Saturday, 3rd November
when we shall be performing with
The Cranbrook Town Band
St Dunstan's Church, Cranbrook
to commemorate the ending of WW1
and will include the following:
The Benedictus and the Hymn before Action
from the Armed Man by Karl Jenkins
The Exhortation and Kohima by John Taverner
The Sanctus from the Armed Man
Tavenerís The Lamb
The Cantique de Jean Racine
Stanfordís Beati Quorum
O peaceful England
Tea for Two
A varied and enjoyable selection.
Tickets priced at £7.50 each
available from Phillips Mans Shop in Cranbrook
Here is a photo of us rehearsing with the band
Saturday, 8th December
we shall be performing
Trinity Church, Sissinghurst
(Details to follow)
THIS YEAR have included
Saturday, 5th May 2018
at 7.30pm at
St Mary the Virgin Church,
where we sang
Haydn's Little Organ Mass
CONCERTS have included
a visit to our friends in Deventer, Holland just
before Christmas (15th and 16th December 2017)
taking part in their Dickens Festival.
What an amazing time we had at the Festival. Members of the Wealden Consort joined our friends from the DDK Choir to give some festive cheer to proceedings, singing at venues around the historic town and joining in the celebrations. We certainly did not let the side down with our Victorian costume - everyone looked like they were straight out of the pages of a Dickens novel. We would all love to go again next year; it was a fabulous few days.
There is a short video on our Facebook page
that can be found by clicking here
Friday, 1st December 2017
A Festive Concert held
at St Laurence Church, Hawkhurst.
Music for an Autumn Evening
Saturday 14th October 2017
at St John the Baptist, Smallhythe.
Funds raised went to the St John the Baptist church
A letter received from the PCC Secretary said :-
"... grateful thanks for an outstanding choral experience"
"The Programme you put together for us was utterly spell-binding from the glorious Vivaldi to the solemn beauty of Faure's masterful Requiem.I know I am not alone in having been completely transported by an evening of such magnificent singing. Thank you all so much...."
Thank you for such kind words