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Christmas concert review

Our Christmas concert at Holy Trinity, Bramley, was a joyful occasion. The candles were lit, the church was packed, and the lovely church folks who contribute behind the scenes to these musical events have obviously got their various duties down to a fine art. Many thanks to our bass Stuart White and his wife Camilla…

Have yourself a merry little Christmas!

Enjoy a festive candlelit evening of glorious choral music with Harlequin Chamber Choir on 20th December at Holy Trinity Church in Bramley beginning at 7.30pm. As passionate advocates of new music, this small choir will be performing a selection of relatively unknown but wonderfully accessible contemporary carols composed by Sasha Johnston Manning from her acclaimed…

Champagne anyone?

Harlequin celebrated its first anniversary with a concert at the Electric Theatre in Guildford on 27th September 2014 – a great day for so many reasons – camaraderie, new friendships cemented, some fantastic tingle-factor singing and an appreciative audience… Best of all, that morning I received a communication from not one but three altos wanting…

Three new singers to start the term!

We are thrilled to announce that three new singers are starting with us this term. Stuart White, who runs Holy Trinity Bramley’s well-respected concert series, is our new second bass. This completes the bass section. Angela Jones, another contact of Angela Hook’s, will be travelling from Liphook to join us in second soprano. Jane Angell, a…

Electric Theatre beckons

This week is our last rehearsal of the summer term! Time to start working in earnest on the publicity for our Autumn concert. The date for your diaries is 27th September, at the Electric Theatre in Guildford, at 7.30pm. Tickets are available directly from the Electric Theatre booking office. Join Harlequin as it comes to Guildford…

The line-up

There are really two key singers needed to complete the Harlequin line-up – a second bass and a second alto. If you are interested in joining us please feel free to come to a rehearsal sing to see if we are a good match. Contact me on rachel@harlequinchamberchoir.org.uk to find out more.

Our inaugural concert

It’s really hard not to blow our own trumpet when we have two tenors the calibre of Peter Larcombe and David Wilson delivering solos in our inaugural concert. David’s rendition of Vaughan William’s “The Turtle Dove” was exceedingly well-received, and Peter’s delivery of “I’m Gonna Sing Til The Spirit Moves In My Heart” – a…

Music Director

We are thrilled to announce that Catherine Beddison has agreed to become our Music Director. Catherine, who is Head of Music at Cranleigh Prep School, co-conducts Cranleigh Choral Society and runs courses for conductors through the charity Sing for Pleasure. She came to Harlequin to have a relaxing sing in her limited leisure time. Unfortunately…

Enter our patron!

I got a phone call from Simon this morning. I was at the time practising the piano to accompany two of Ruth’s pupils taking ABRSM exams, and freaking out over the difficulty of the piano accompaniment. So the conversation started with a brusque, ‘What? Make it quick. I’ve got a headache.’ ‘Ah,’ said Simon. ‘I’ve…