Almost every year, the choir hosts a Singing Day open to the public. In recent years, the work studied has been the main one in the summer concert. Join the Choir to explore the delights of Dvořák’s Mass In D, a melodious and optimistic work.
Singing Days are always a relaxed affair, and this one will have a limited capacity to allow for social distancing and any other Covid mitigations. It’s hoped to provide tea, coffee and biscuits, subject to those mitigations, but singers are welcome to bring their own refreshments, including a packed lunch.
If space and numbers permit, family and friends can attend an informal performance to end the day, which finishes at 4pm. Singers may just wish to come for the day, but starting on 12 April, there are Tuesday evening rehearsals before the work features in a concert at St Oswald’s Church on Sunday 12 June.
The fee of £15 (£5 for 18s and under) includes music loan and tea/coffee and biscuits.