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Information for Choir Members

These pages contain important information including rehearsal dates, details of our concert dress code and practice resources to download.

There will be news for choir members plus a list of key dates.

There is a list of the current members of the committee.

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(Page last updated 17th May 2018)
 
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In rehearsal
SUMMER CONCERT


Who sings which parts
Robyn has decided on the following allocation of voice parts for the two choirs in order to produce the best balanced sound
Choir 1 will be Sevenoaks Philharmonic Society
Choir 2 will be Bromley Philharmonic Choir
When there is a single choir, the following divisions will take place:
Sopranos: Sevenoaks will sing Sop 1 and Bromley will sing Sop 2
Tenors: Sevenoaks will sing Tenor 1 and Bromley will sing Tenor 2
Altos and Basses: Both choirs sing in your usual division of the part

Here is a link to some resources to help with learning "Belshazzar's Feast". The link is to the resources page for Sevenoaks Philharmonics website and I am grateful to Daloni Carlisle and Sarah Ingle for permission to include this link here. They were jointly responsible for the research to identify these rehearsal aids.
Click here to go to the Resources page of the Sevenoaks Philharmonic Choir's website.

New Sarah has now added a YouTube video for "Blest Pair of Sirens". I have provided a direct link to this video below.

To play the videos, click the icon on the right

Many thanks (again) to Adrian Lambourne for finding the link to the YouTube video. In Adrian's words "this is a clear rendition without being dominated by the orchestra. It also shows the choir members - in all parts - looking at the conductor, a lot of the time!"

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William Walton - Belshazzar's Feast
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Charles Hubert Hastings Parry - Blest Pair of Sirens
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