Just 30 mins

till booking for our August Summertime Sing-Along goes live. If you miss out today, a few more will be released tomorrow at 9am.

Before you register, please consider whether or not you’ll definitely be coming, bearing in mind London may be enduring a heatwave or thunderstorms – or both – on the night; if you’re in any doubt, please don’t book as it’s a bit of a pain in the rear when we get cancellations, tbh.

In other news, following our previous post which highlighted ad hoc polyphony opportunities for Londoners, Brightonians and other South Coasters might like to know that the Boxgrove Priory Choir near Chichester similarly welcome singers for their regular Sunday services, with rehearsals on the preceding Thursday evening. 

Finally, back in London, the Choir of the Holy Redeemer Church in Chelsea also offers polyphonic masses on a Sunday morning; find out more here.

You lucky, lucky people – so many chances to sing this wondrous music!

Cheers

Kevin

 

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K O'Neill

I am a classical music enthusiast and a lover of choral music in particular. I run the Polyphony Down the Pub social/singing night, probably the most thrilling singing-Renaissance-motets-in-the-backroom-of-a-pub experience you could ever hope to have.

One thought on “Just 30 mins”

  1. I see basses are sold out already. But could not have come anyway as I will just have returned from a whole week of singing Flanders polyphony at Ghent with Run by Singers. I could never have qualified to go there in the first place without having attended at least 8 of your sessions over 15 months and learnt such a lot from them with accompanying enjoyment. Thanks ever so much for that Kevin. Forever indebted. What a marvellous job you have been doing.
    John.

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