Our Easter 2018 concert will include John Stainer’s ‘Crucifixion’. Saturday 10th March This ever-popular work was written in 1887 to a libretto by W J Sparrow Simpson. It has remained a firm favourite with audiences. Intended to come within the scope of many church choirs the oratorio also includes Five hymns for audience participation. Perhaps […]
By Victoria Hay. Marva Rees weaves together the words of eye-witnesses to rush the events of 1588 into our twenty-first-century consciousnesses. This surprising libretto comes across with the urgency of a daily newspaper in which the tapestry of different voices lends credence. Jon Cullen’s score draws on strong musical traditions which reverberate with meaning and […]
For the second year running and back by popular demand, the All Saints Chorus Christmas Concert. Joined by the talented Senior Choir from Nelson Primary School and starring Tenor Bene’t Coldstream, this concert is a must to kick start your Christmas jollies, including all your favourite songs like Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer and Winter Wonderland . Plus […]
We’ll be singing Jon’s own composition about the Catholic martyrs of Stratford, along with Cantata 140 by J. S. Bach. Tickets: £15 full price, £10 concessions, £7 Friends. The concert will take place at West Ham Parish Church, London E15 3HU. Please come along!
Join our Great Quiz! Bring your friends and make your own team, or join a team of friendly quizzers on the night. Help us to raise funds for the choir, all while having fun and enjoying a fish and chip supper. Adults £12, Children £5. West Ham Parish Church E15 3HU.
Our concert Those you have loved was on Saturday 24th September at 7.30pm – a concert of favourites, featuring Handel, Parry, Bach, Schubert and others. Admission was free with a retiring collection for the All Saints Chorus Trust (Charity No 1111845). West Ham Parish Church (All Saints), Church Street, E15 3HU.
Our summer concert of 2016 was dedicated to the music of the Victorian era. All the composers in this programme either lived during, or in some cases, personally knew Queen Victoria. The program included a Te Deum (a canticle used at morning prayer) composed by her husband Prince Albert and this was performed at her […]