Our next Concert is….
Haydn’s Missa Brevis No. 7 in B♭ (also known as “Little Organ Mass”)
The Leconfield Singers are delighted to be performing a selection of works on Saturday 15 September 2018 at 7pm, at the Sacred Heart Church, Petworth.
Click on the poster below for more information and to buy tickets!
The Leconfield Singers is a thriving mixed-voice choir of around 100 members based in the charming market town of Petworth in the heart of the South Downs National Park, West Sussex, in the South of England. Our choir has performed an impressive list of major and small-scale works from the choral repertoire of both sacred and secular music, in venues ranging from cathedrals, concert halls to open air venues.
We are a charity (No. 1152725) dedicated to promoting music, the arts and culture within our local community and as such we are non-profit making.
Our concerts have been received enthusiastically by full audiences throughout the South East of England, and we have taken our repertoire on tour to France, Italy, Belgium and more recently to Prague in the Czech Republic.
In May 2016 we joined forces with two other ‘sister’ choirs and performed Verdi’s Requiem to a full audience at the Royal Festival Hall in London, an experience we will be hoping to repeat in May 2019 when we will be performing Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius, performing as part of English Philharmonia Chorus.
Our next performance will be our annual Autumn Concert, bringing the programme we took on tour to Prague back home to Petworth! Click the poster for more details.
Graham is an experienced conductor, teacher and performer, and has taken choirs from humble beginnings to singing throughout Europe and performing on the London stage. He is passionate about making music accessible to everyone, and his energy and expertise ensure that singing together is both fun and educational, with members benefiting from his expert vocal tuition. In demand as a conductor both nationally and internationally, he conducts several concerts each year in Moscow with the State Symphony New Russia Orchestra and English Philharmonia, with whom he is principal conductor.
Jo studied the piano with Patricia Carroll at the Royal College of Music in London and specialised in accompaniment with John Blakely. She has performed at the Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St James Piccadilly, and also spent many hours tinkling the ivories at Harrods and various top London hotels. Jo is also a music and piano teacher.