Secure your seat for our forthcoming performance of Fauré’s beautiful Requiem. Tickets (£10/U18s free) are now available on the Nayland Events website.
New Year? Old favourite! Join us to sing Fauré’s beautiful Requiem
This spring, we return to one of the most requested pieces in the choir’s repertoire. For the first time since 2012, we will be performing Fauré’s much-loved Requiem. You can be part of it! We don’t audition and our music director Emma brings out the best in even the most nervous chorister. Rehearsals are every Thursday at 8.00pm in Nayland School. You can even try one or two rehearsals to see whether it’s right for you. See you there?
’Tis the season! Have you got your ticket yet?
Tickets are selling fast for our wonderful Christmas tour across styles and centuries. Our concert features pieces written for church use, and carols derived from folk tunes. We start with music that echoes the simplicity of plainchant, and finish off with a new setting of an intriguing old Christmas recipe…and while some of the music may be less well known, but others will be very familiar! Make sure of your seat by booking now, at Nayland Events or from Nayland Post Office. See you there!
Christmas is coming
Our next concert will be on Sunday 11 December. We’ll be conducting a musical tour of Europe, singing the best Christmas songs from across the centuries. Rehearsals start on Thursday 8 September at 8.00pm in Nayland School.
Subscriptions are £40 for the term including score hire. The first two rehearsals are free to try out.
Book now for our brilliant summer concert
Something‘s coming, we know what it is, and it is gonna be great!
As Stephen Sondheim might put it: something familiar, something for ev’ryone. Join us for a summer’s evening of song by Cole Porter, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim…and a few surprises. With a light supper included with your ticket, and a pay bar, we promise you a grand night of music and more. All for just £15 (£5 for U18s).
Please book your ticket by Friday 8 July, so that we know how many people to cater for. Tickets are available from naylandevents.org/choir – just click on the poster above. Alternatively, you can buy your ticket from Nayland Post Office.
If you’ve been to one of our summer concerts, you’ll know that the combination of music, food and a long, lazy evening is a social mix not to be missed! We hope to see you there.
Another opening, another show
We’re delighted to announce our summer concert!
Join us on Friday 15 July 2022 at 7.30pm as we present music by Porter, Bernstein and Sondheim. Tickets at £15 each (U18s £5) include a light supper and there’s a pay bar. Ticket availability will be announced soon.
If you fancy taking part, rehearsals take place each Thursday at 8.00pm at Nayland School. Choir membership for the term is £40, including music score hire. We have spaces available for sopranos, altos, tenors and basses. No audition is necessary.
We’re delighted to be singing at a different venue this term!
Tickets available here… https://naylandevents.org/choir/
***Change of venue***
Rehearsals will now be held at Nayland Village Hall.
Rehearsals for our new term start on Thurs 9th September, back in Nayland School hall at 8pm for 2 hours. It is quite likely that at some point during the term we will have a couple of dedicated rehearsals for note bashing, a separate one each for ladies and gents.
We will be working towards a concert in Nayland Church on Sun 21st November at 4pm, a slightly different timing to previously but hopefully a more popular time for our audience to come out and about.
Come along and join us!!
Government guidance released this week and confirmed yesterday (18th May) now forbids indoor singing in groups larger than 6 people.
As a result, Nayland Choir rehearsals due to start tomorrow evening are cancelled till further notice.
Why this new restriction has been put in place while other restrictions are being eased is not explained. So you can attend dance classes, exercise classes or go to the gym but you cannot sing!
Look out for further notices when things change – again!