John Rutter’s Requiem and Mozart’s Coronation Mass

Hogarth Singers perform their summer concert under new conductor Jonathan Wikeley


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Hogarth Singers perform works by Rutter and Mozart on Saturday 26th June

On Saturday 26th June at 7.30pm the Hogarth Singers under their new conductor Jonathan Wikeley will be giving their summer concert in the church of St Michael’s Sutton Court in Elmwood Road, W4.

Tickets for the concert will be available on the door at £12 (Concessions £9). The concert programme includes John Rutter’s very tuneful Requiem and Mozart’s Coronation Mass.

Hogarth Singers is a friendly local Chiswick choir, rehearsing on Monday evenings during term-time in the Arts Educational Schools, Bath Road, and normally performing in the church of St Michael & All Angels. This is the choir’s 26th year. Over the years it has built an enthusiastic group of members and followers. The choir sings a range of choral music, from Baroque to contemporary, and performs 4-5 concerts each year. The size of the choir, currently around 50, allows it great flexibility in choice of repertoire.

For more information about the concert or the choir please visit

June 17, 2010

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