Our next concert
On Saturday 30th March Octavian Singers will present an evening of English choral works. The 4 works on the programme are “Blest Pair of Sirens” by Parry, “Give Unto the Lord” by Elgar, “God is gone up” by Finzi and “Rejoice in the Lamb” by Britten. There is a strong link in this programme not only through nationality, but also through interesting and unexpected texts.
Established in 1987, the Octavian Singers have gained a justifiable reputation for achieving high musical standards and producing ambitious and popular musical events in Woking, Surrey and the surrounding areas.
Our repertoire includes a wide variety of music from baroque to 21st Century, madrigals to major choral works.
JOIN THE CHOIR
The Octavian Singers rehearse at St Dunstan's Church, Woking on Tuesday evening in term time from 8-10pm. To audition please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Laura on 01483 232232. We welcome applications from experienced singers, and it is necessary to have reasonable sight-reading skills.
BOOK THE CHOIR
We are available to sing at events and weddings, please contact email@example.com or by calling Laura on 01483 232232.
Our Musical Director
Laura Brown MA (Cantab), MMus (Illinois)
Laura Brown, has wide experience with choral singing in both the UK and the USA. After a county scholarship to Wells Cathedral School, she studied music at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, where she conducted the chapel choir and concerts, including tours. She completed her Masters in choral studies at the University of Illinois, and also acted as a vocal coach and repetiteur. She has taught, directed and performed with Blackheath Conservatory, Chelsea Opera Group, Illinois Opera Theatre, and many more.
Currently she teaches privately and also at St Catherine's School, Bramley.
Musical Director: Laura Brown
Chair: Karen Hayllar
Treasurer: Carrie Price
Secretary: Karen Soulsby
Concert Manager: Heather Cartwright
Publicity Officer: David Chapman
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