A programme of a cappella singing by up to 5 voices. Traditional, ancient and contemporary pieces all appropriate to the season and the Covid restrictions. For seasonal enjoyment and in support of West London Action for Children.
Chiswick Baroque apologises for the lost posts missing from 2014 to 2019. Clips are all fine! Enjoy listening.
Church of St Vincent de Paul, 2 Witham Road, Osterley, TW7 4AJ at 4 pm Sunday 3 November 2019.
Contemplative music for five unaccompanied voices including traditional spirituals and works by Bruckner, Ford, Grieg, Guerrero, Handl, Tchaikovsky and Harper. Featuring the premiere of Celia’s setting of Grahame Davies’ poem Song of Samhain.
An hour and a quarter of musical meditation where music arises from and falls back into silence, providing a space for personal reflection at this time of All Souls.
Sunday 8 December 2019 at 4 pm a programme of Advent Music at the Church of the Holy Innocents, Paddenswick Road, W6 0UB
Our seasonal concert of Advent a cappella music from 11 – 21st centuries will include traditional and modern Advent and Christmas music familiar and new including a new piece by Celia, a piece by Peter Maxwell Davies and numerous traditional numbers.
A musical space for reflection before the Christmas rush!
Sunday 8 December 2013 at 4 pm a programme of Advent Music at the Church of the Holy Innocents, Paddenswick Road, W6 0UB
Our seasonal concert of Advent a cappella music from 11 – 21st centuries will include traditional and modern Advent carols familiar and new repertoire including pieces by Dering, Hassler, Eccard and Schutz and a chance to hear aga
in the Lullaby from Celia’s recent commission “Songs to the Black Madonna”. A musical space for reflection before the Christmas rush!
12 February 2011 saw Voices of Chiswick Baroque with Cathy Schofield (violin) premiering settings by Celia of 7 Yeats poems for solo voice and violin. Ros Keating, Shelley Smith and Oliver Hinton sang with Cathy Schofield from the bleak “He hears the cry of the sedge” to the wistful Cloths of Heaven” and the jovial “Fiddler of Dooney”. This was as part of a Composers Present concert. We are hoping to include these songs in a Chiswick Baroque concert soon,
CB are pleased to say we will be carol singing in the hospitable Old Ship Hammersmith Mall W6 on Monday evening from about 8 pm for about 45 minutes collecting for Gt Ormond St Hospital. After that we will be going to the excellent Haweli restaurant to eat our Christmas Indian meal and sing at the table in aid of the Upper Room local charity for homeless people. JOIN US IF YOU CAN
REGRET DUE TO BAD WEATHER THE CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT CONCERT TONIGHT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. REFUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE LANDMARK ARTS CENTRE.
Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Road, Hammersmith, W6 0UB
Chiswick Baroque, the St Peters Singers, Handbells, organ and soloists will all take part in the second performance of this most exciting Patronal Mass commissioned by Holy Innocents from composer and CB director Celia Harper for this 2011 Patronal Festival. Time to be advised.
Wendell Park, Wendell Road, Hammersmith, W12 9SB
There will be a CB spot on the outdoor stage during the Wendell Park Fair, a local event promoted by the Wendell Park Community Association and the Church of St Saviour, Wendell Park. We will be singing from the folk and spiritual end of our repertoire with microphones – something new for us!