The Sedici Chamber Choir will be at St Mary’s Church, Bluntisham on Saturday 21st March at 7.30pm to perform an ‘a cappella’ choral concert with a difference.
This will be the 2nd time that Sedici have performed at the church. Musical Director, Pauline Munford adds, “We choose our concert venues very carefully, exclusively based on the acoustic. The Bluntisham Church has a most wonderful acoustic and the choir thoroughly enjoy singing there. We are extremely excited to bring another performance to such a fantastic acoustic venue.”
The 16-piece choir will perform familiar but also less well-known choral delights including The Stanford Motets, God so loved the world (from Stainer’s ‘Crucifixion’) and a range of more light-hearted folk songs and traditional part-songs.
Sedici promises their audience an evening of varied, lively and interesting entertainment. The vocal numbers will be interspersed with witty and unusual readings by members of the choir, which makes this concert a very entertaining evening out!
Tickets are £7 (including refreshments) and will be available on the door
NOTES TO THE EDITOR:
Sedici is a local chamber choir who perform regularly as ‘a choir with a difference’.
Concerts are held mainly in churches, due to the wonderful acoustic. However the music performed spans the full musical spectrum and ranges from early classical ‘sacred’ music, to folk, popular and even humorous works that tell a story for a performance.
Sedici’s conductor Pauline Munford, is a seasoned musician and has been involved with choirs for over 30 years in the local area. Pauline has an enviously energetic approach to directing unique performances, delivering high-quality concert performances that combine exquisite chamber choir singing with readings, instrumental interludes and unusual arrangements of well-known choral pieces.
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