|Type of post:||Choir news item|
|Posted By:||Nadia Weekes|
|Date Posted:||Mon, 8 Nov 2021|
Eclectic Voices' Autumn 2021-22 performance season started with a bang on Saturday 6 November with a truly eclectic mix of music at one of our favourite venues, St Paul’s Covent Garden, featuring our own Highbury Youth Choirs and guest musicians, the Guildhall Jazz Singers.
The programme included Benjamin Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb and Choral Dances from Gloriana, Scott Stroman’s Songs for the Seasons, composed to words by Enid Blyton, and a selection of new songs by Duncan Lamont
For Christmas, on 18 December 2021 we will be performing again at St Paul’s Covent Garden. Yuletide Folk will be a memorable gig with the English Acoustic Collective, featuring original material from a Folk Carol Competition that Eclectic Voices ran in 2019.
Plans for the Spring and Summer include a joyous performance of Handel's Messiah for Palm Sunday at Union Chapel, designed to make this wonderful music accessible to a wider audience, and a collaboration with the Carnyx Brass ensemble in late May and early June, to be performed in both London and Edinburgh.