Come and Sing Handel's Messiah with the Hogarth Singers

Join a performance at St. Michael and All Angels Church

The Hogarth Singers

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August 27, 2023

The Hogarth Singers is holding a Come and Sing event on Wednesday 13 September.

If you have been thinking about joining a choir there will be a chance to participate in a performance of the highlights of Handel’s Messiah.

Tickets cost £15 which will include the provision of music and refreshments.

The event takes place at St Michael and All Angels Church, Bath Road, W4 1TT and begins at 7.30pm although you are asked to be there by 7pm to register.

The choir’s Autumn term starts on Monday 18 September, at 7.30pm. It will be rehearsing works by Part, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky. New members are very welcome, especially tenors and basses, to whom a discount on their subscription is offered for the first term.

The venue for rehearsals is St Michael and All Angels Church.

Other events ahead include:

Friday 3 November - Quiz Night, fundraising event. Bring a friend, or make up a table of eight

Saturday 18 November - Autumn concert, 7.30pm

Saturday 18 December - Family carols concert, 6.00pm

Hogarth Singers evolved from a choir set up at IBM called The Meistersingers in the early 1980s. It is a registered charity which has the aim of promoting a love of choral music and developing public education in the art and science of music in all its aspects by presenting public concerts and recitals.

Membership ranges between 50 – 60 people and it sings a wide range of choral music, both sacred and secular. Three concerts are staged each year but the group also organises other activities which enable the choir to sing in a new setting and to enjoy some more sociable experiences not always involving singing.

For more information see, email, or call 07341 413884.

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