The Sing Out! Choir for Parents, Friends, Staff and Governors sings all styles of music – from Mozart to Queen! The choir has performed at different venues including the Albert Hall, Twickenham Stadium and John Lewis Kingston and they sing regularly at our school concerts at St Richard Reynolds and St Mary’s University chapel, Strawberry Hill.
During Easter term 2019 the choir will be focusing on gospel music and songs from the shows, and in the summer the choir will join forces with secondary students and primary pupils from across the borough to sing timeless choral classics, including Jesu joy of Man’s Desiring, Zadok the Priest and Fauré‘s Cantique de Jean Racine.
The choir rehearses 6.30-7.45pm at St Richard Reynolds on Tuesdays during term time, £4 per session or £35 per term. Choir membership fees fund choir costs and further music projects for the College and community. All are welcome, just turn up. No experience necessary. For more info please contact Caroline Firman at email@example.com.
‘Choral Classics’ concert – 25th June 2019 7.30pm at St Mary’s University College Chapel
Rehearsals (all at SRRCC unless stated otherwise):
Tuesday 21st May 6.30-7.45pm
Tuesday 28th May 6.30-7.45pm
Tuesday 4th June 6.30-7.45pm
Sunday 9th June 1-3pm (massed rehearsal with SRR Chamber Choir and primary school performers)
Tuesday 11th June 6.30-7.45pm
Tuesday 18th June 6.30-7.45pm
Thursday 20th June 4.00-5.30pm – only if you can make it! (massed rehearsal with Chamber Choir and primary pupils)
Tuesday 25th June 3.45-5.15pm at St Mary’s University Chapel, and returning at 7pm for the 7.30pm performance. Suits for gents, smart (of any colour) for adults. All pupils will be in their various school uniforms for the performance.
Above: our 2017 gospel workshop with the wonderful Karen Gibson (bottom right)
Here’s a selection of what we have sung in the past:
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Windmills of Your Mind
O Lord Hear my Prayer
And I Love Her
We Can Work it Out
Wade in the Water
Christmas Repertoire: carols, Christmas songs and joint pieces with students from the College
Rounds, including: Adio Mama, Oh how lovely, Ah poor bird, Round & round we go, Babylon, Banuwa, Throw-catch, Coffee Canon, Rice Crispie round