We returned to our home in Woking for the popular Family Christmas Concerts. In the afternoon we were joined by a local school choir. There was a broad range of music to celebrate the festive season, with audience carols and popular choral numbers. Additional rousing brass and organ featured in the evening.
Saturday 2nd November 2019, 7.30pm
HG Wells Centre, Woking
Gilbert and Sullivan’s iconic operetta was brought to life with a full cast of soloists and orchestra. Featuring a score packed with memorable tunes and plenty of good humour, this was a truly enjoyable evening in support of our charity of the year, the York Road Project.
We were joined by the following soloists:
Epworth Choir presented an evening of beautiful music celebrating many of England’s best-known traditional melodies. The programme consisted of several folk songs arrangements, including Afton Water, Swansea Town, Yarmouth Fair and Dashing Away with the Smoothing Iron by much-loved composers including Holst, Vaughan Williams and Warlock. The second half culminated with John Rutter’s beautiful suite, The Sprig of Thyme, which includes arrangements of The Keel Row and Down by the Sally Gardens.
The Choir was delighted to be joined by professional musicians from The Lakeside Clarinet Quartet, who also performed instrumental works by more of England’s best-loved composers and arrangers in the atmospheric surroundings of Holy Trinity Church.