Thursday, 1 August 2013

Past concerts: Autumn 2013

Watch an interview with the soloists here 

2 November 2013, St Andrew’s Church, Cheam

Mozart Requiem            Chilcott Requiem

Jonathan Rennert Music Director       Senior instrumentalists from the Royal Academy of Music

Adults £16, Students £7, under 18s free


Laurie Ashworth Soprano
Nicola Beckley Mezzosoprano
Adrian Ward Tenor
Tim Jones Bass



 

Nicola Beckley Mezzosoprano
 An experienced concert artist, Nicola Beckley (Mezzosoprano) has performed with numerous professional choirs including the Kings Consort, London Voices, Opera Rara, Philharmonia Voices, Salzburg Festival Opera and the Royal Opera House Chorus.
 
Last summer she took a solo part in the first complete performance of Stockhausen’s Mittwoch as part of the Cultural Olympiad. She is a member of the Choir of St Michael's Cornhill




Adrian Ward Tenor


Adrian Ward (Tenor) trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He is winner of the Royal Over-Seas League Singers Prize and was an Independent Opera Fellowship Award winner and a finalist in both the Richard Tauber and Kathleen Ferrier competitions.

He has performed roles with Scottish Opera, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Samling Opera at The Sage Gateshead and the English Bach Festival. Adrian has also made concert appearances with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, the London Mozart Players and the English Festival Orchestra under Sir David Willcocks. Read more about Adrian here.




Tim Jones Bass
Tim Jones (Bass) started his musical education as a chorister at St John’s College, Cambridge. Since 1986 he has been a member of St Paul’s Cathedral Choir where he is a soloist in the annual performances of the Bach Passions and Handel’s Messiah.
 
He sang at the Funeral of Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven and on the BBC TV series, Music and the Monarchy. Tim is also a member of The Sixteen and coaches the young singers on the training programme, Genesis Sixteen.


 

 

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