Come and Sing, with Bob Chilcott
Whether you are young or old, an experienced chorister who can read music fluently or are new to choral singing, we welcome you to this opportunity to enjoy a day singing in the glorious acoustic of Portsmouth Cathedral. Enjoy an exciting range of new and known repertoire and brush up your vocal technique under the inspiring leadership and direction of Bob Chilcott.
Date: Saturday 14th September
Time: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm (doors open at 9:45 am)
Venue: Portsmouth Cathedral
- Standard Adult, non RSCM member = £20
- Standard Child, non RSCM member = £9
- Adult RSCM member = £13
- Child RSCM member = £0
- Prices will go up by £2 a ticket from July 1st.
Any Independent or any member of an Affiliated choir of the RSCM can receive a discount on the price of tickets. Membership will be checked after payment. Please check with your choir leader whether the choir is an RSCM member. If you are still unsure, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book using the Eventbrite website, where further information is also available.
About Bob Chilcott
Bob Chilcott has been called “A contemporary hero of British choral music” – The Observer.
He is a composer, conductor and singer and has been involved with choral music since he was a child. He was a chorister and choral scholar in the choir of King’s College, Cambridge and was a member of the King’s Singers for 12 years.
He has been a full time composer since 1997 and has a large catalogue of music to his name.
He has conducted choirs in many different countries and has worked with thousands of singers, his music having been recorded by many well-known choirs and singing groups.
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