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The Carice Singers

8 September 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:20 pm
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The Carice Singers
The Carice Singers

The Carice Singers: A Bridge of Song

Under their founder and conductor George Parris, The Carice Singers are celebrating their 10th Anniversary in 2021. Named after Elgar’s daughter, they specialise in British choral music and have gained an enviable reputation for superb performances and imaginative programming. They have recorded for Naxos and the BBC Music Magazine, and are regular visitors to the Cheltenham and Oxford Lieder Festivals.

Using the power of song as its motivation, this is a programme which will resonate in the aftermath of the pandemic. Combining stirring pieces by British composers with new Nordic favourites together with a brief reflection of events of the USA’s recent past in works by Alex Freeman and Undine Smith Moore. The performance will include Matthew Whittall’s brand new piece Songs of Travel, specially composed for The Carice Singers.


Elgar Go, Song of Mine
Tormis  Laulusild (Bridge of Song)
Sibelius  Venematka (The boat journey)
Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs
i) Full Fathom Five ii) The Cloud-capp’d Towers iv) Over Hill, Over Dale
Rautavaara Sommarnatten (The summer night)
Alex Freeman  Calle sin nombre (Street with no name)
Smith Moore We shall walk through the valley in peace
Parry In Praise of Song


Matthew Whittall  Songs of Travel
Bach Singet dem Herrn

The Carice Singers
George Parris  conductor

Sponsored by Mr and Mrs Patrick Hungerford, Mr and Mrs Toby Ward

Of the newer British choirs currently emerging, few can match The Carice Singers for musicality and beauty of tone

Gramophone Magazine, 2016

Please note all programmes and events are subject to change and last minute alteration subject to the latest Government Covid guidelines. 


Carice Singers £20
Date: 8 September 2021
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:20 pm
Event CategoryChoral & Vocal
Address: St Nicolas Church, West Mills
Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5HG United Kingdom

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