Saturday 18 January 2020
Belmont Chapel Exeter, 9.30am - 5.00pm
Nigel Perrin director
Peter Adcock accompanist
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Our annual choral workshop is an open invitation for singers from far and wide to join us in a day’s exploration and cameo performance of a masterwork in the choral repertoire. In 2020 we are tackling the Verdi Requiem.
This year the workshop will include four soloists, whose operatic voices will soar over the chorus and will enhance our appreciation of those movements in the Verdi Requiem when we have our informal performance at the end of the day.
Their names are:
Maria Danishvar-Brown - soprano
Nina Aluppi-Moreton - mezzo-soprano
Chris Why - tenor
James Berry - bass
All up-and-coming young stars!
Price: registration fee £20 (£5 for children under 18 years and students)
Score: Ricordi edition
Score hire is £3, payable at the time of booking.
We ask for a £10 returnable deposit on the day.
When booking online, please select the price for your voice part with or without score as appropriate.
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Tickets are also available in person or by phone from Exeter Tickets, Dix’s Field, Exeter: 01392 665 885.
Venue: Belmont Chapel, Western Way, Exeter EX1 2DB
About the day:
|10.00||We start the day with a selection of warm-ups before we turn to the work itself. The proceedings will be interspersed with practice of vocal technique and a plentiful supply of Nigel’s anecdotes.|
|11.20||A break for complimentary refreshments, followed by further study.|
|13.00||We break for lunch. You’re welcome to enjoy a packed lunch at the venue or forage in the many catering options in the nearby city centre.|
|14.15||We resume our study.|
|15.15||A break for further complimentary refreshments.|
|15.45||Our cameo performance starts. Friends and family welcome.|
|17.00||Our day ends.|
Click to see a short video from our 2013 Choral Workshop.
The Chapel is in the centre of the city. There is no parking at the Chapel itself, but paid public parking is available at Triangle Car Park EX1 2BL behind the Chapel or at Summerland Gate EX1 2LB opposite it. There are Park & Ride services; details are available here.
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