Nayland Choir is an unauditioned SATB choir of about 40 singers. It's tricky to define – a bit of a cross between a small choral society and a community choir! We sing a wide range of classical and sometimes lighter repertoire, always aiming to enjoy both the singing and the social side. New members always welcome.
After the trumpets and drums of our last concert, we return to folk songs for this term. We'll be exploring songs from all countries and corners of the UK, with a concert on 25th April in Nayland village hall. Rehearsals start on Thursday 23rd January.
Recent events include:
- Jubilate! A concert of music for choir and brass, including Bruckner motets and the Gloria by John Rutter. A resplendent and joyful sound!
- Midsummer Cabaret - an informal concert of jazz standards and excerpts from shows, accompanied by saxophone quartet, with the audience seated at tables and enjoying wine, cheese and strawberries throughout!
- Airs for Armistice - a concert of music of composers who were writing during WW1 - with music by familiar and less well-known composers, acompanied by harp and piano
Go to NaylandChoir.org for more information and to enquire about joining.