Come and Sing Dixit Dominus!

On September 15th, we’ll be holding a full-day workshop culminating in the performance in the evening of Handel’s Dixit Dominus

Join members of the Chandos for an uplifting day of musical exploration and camaraderie. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to sing and be coached by two of the UK’s leading vocal practitioners.

Refreshments will be provided.

Doors will be open at 9:30, ready to start at 10:00.

Chorus

Award-winning musical director, James Davey (Chantage, Chandos Chamber Choir, Fleet Singers), will lead CHORUS SESSIONs throughout the day and conduct the evening performance.

Chorus fee for full day + performance: £25

Soloists

Baroque and Handel specialist Julian Perkins will be leading MASTERCLASSES for the solo/duet parts & quintet:
  • No 2 Virgam Virtus Tuae – Alto Aria (90 minutes, maximum 6 applicants, £45 each)
  • No 3 Tecum Principium – Soprano Aria (90 minutes, maximum 6 applicants, £45 each)
  • No 6 Dominus a Dextris Tuis – Quintet: two sopranos, alto, tenor and bass (90 minutes, maximum 10 applicants, £35 each)
  • No 9 De torrente in via bibet – Soprano duet (75 minutes, maximum 8 applicants, £35 each)

Each masterclasses is limited to the number of singers who can take part, making Julian’s tuition a very personal experience.

For just £35/£45 you will have an amazing experience of one masterclass, chorus workshop and the opportunity to sing in the final performance of Dixit Dominus.

Please note the final selection for each section in the performance will be selected on the day by Julian Perkins and we expect each masterclass attendee to come note-ready for their selected section.

Cost for these limited places (inc performance and chorus workshop) is £35/£45

Audience

If you just want to come along and see the results of a hard day’s rehearsing, you’re very welcome, and it only costs a fiver!

The performance will be starting at 5:30pm and should be finished before 7.

Audience – performance only: £5

FAQs

Scores

Scores will be supplied; we’re using the Bahrenreiter edition. Feel free to bring your own, but be aware that there may be differences if you’re using anything other than Bahrenreiter.

Refreshments

Tea and coffee will be available at the morning and afternoon breaks and lunch will be provided. If you have any allergies please be aware that we cannot guarantee the food is nut or gluten free and if this is of concern you may wish to make alternative arrangements.

Ability Level

For the chorus parts, you only need to be able to read fairly well and/or are familiar with the piece.

The workshops are aimed at both established and aspiring soloists; it is strongly advised that you “know the notes” before coming as you will get far more from Julian’s tuition.

 

All tickets are available via EventBrite, here.


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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/09/2018
9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Location
St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, London