Adjudicating this prestigious national singing competition
Perhaps the most operatic of all oratorios, with a world-class line up of soloists, in the vaulted splendour of Teddington's Landmark Centre.
Bringing all the singing groups at Kingston University together in an end-of-term performance.
Conducting this stunning piece, with Battersea Choral Society, outstanding soloists and a professional orchestra.
Chorus mastering the BBC Singers for the U.K. premiere of "Megaris" by Detlev Glanert
A day working intensively with Teddington Choral Society on Mendelssohn's epic oratorio
A weekend of workshops held at King's College London, with Mark Wildman (Head of Vocal Studies at the Royal Academy of Music), and opera director and singer Tom Guthrie.
Conducting the Kingston Singers, and members of the First Year Vocal Group at Kingston University, in a Kingston civic event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day
A day out at the amazing Wakehurst Place in Sussex, home of the Millenium Seed Bank. Setting up a new workplace choir for the staff and volunteers.
An uplifting day of making music and having fun, learning some classic "Songs from the Movies"...
Teddington Choral Society, conducted by Sam Evans | Saturday 12 March 2016
Haydn's noble and stirring music -The Creation is one of the great oratorios of the 18th century. First performed in 1798 in Vienna, this evening it will be sung in English at the Landmark Centre in Teddington.
Please call the Landmark Centre on 020 8977 7558 to book tickets.
The Choir of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, with the Little Baroque Company
Conductor - Richard Latham
Evangelist - Simon Wall
Christ - Robert Rice
Pilate and bass arias - Sam Evans
Soprano - Charmian Bedford
Countertenor - David Martin
Tenor - David Webb