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Saturday 6th July 2024

A World Première and the Nelson Mass

Saturday 6th July 2024

A World Première and the Nelson Mass

Conducted by Max Barley

Organ: Matthew Jorysz

Joseph Haydn:
Missa in angustiis (the Nelson Mass)

Esther Bersweden:
Time and Tides: An Exploration of Greenwich
(World premier of this work
commissioned by Eltham Choral Society)

Soloists: Daisy Livesey (soprano)
Hera Protopapas (alto)
Philip Lawford (tenor)
Jamie Woollard (bass)

Concert start: 7.30pm,

St Alfege Church,
Greenwich Church Street, SE10 9BJ

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Saturday 13th April 2024

Elijah

Saturday 13th April 2024

Elijah

Conducted by Max Barley

Holy Trinity Consort & Orchestra

Mendelssohn: Elijah
an oratorio by Felix Mendelssohn depicting events in the life of the Prophet Elijah as told in the books 1 Kings and 2 Kings of the Old Testament

Soloists: Daisy Livesey (soprano)
Hera Protopapas (alto)
Henry Ross (tenor)
Alexander Bower-Brown (bass)
Angelo Aninag (treble)

Concert start: 7.30pm,

Holy Trinity Sloane Square
Sloane Street
London
SW1X 9BZ

A few quotes from soloists and players...... Soloist: “It was such a pleasure to sing for you a couple of weeks back! ”
Soloist: “Congratulations on a wonderful performance, it was a pleasure to be part of.”
Player: ” Thank you for having me at the concert”
Player: “thank you very much”
Player: “Thank you very much for having me to play violin”
Player: “Congratulations on a fantastic concert. It was lovely to perform with you all! ”
Player: “Thanks so much for a brilliant concert yesterday! … I hope to make more music with you soon.”
Player: “Thank you – was very fun concert!”
Player: “Thank you very much for having us play at Sloane Square last night. Thoroughly enjoyed it.”
Player: “The choir sounded absolutely amazing! It was really great to be involved in this project!”

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Saturday 16th December 2023

The Christmas Concert

Saturday 16th December 2023

The Christmas Concert

Conducted by Max Barley

Organ: Andrew Lenon

with Deansfield School Chamber Choir

Conducted by David Moore

Accompanist: Viola Lenzi

J.S. Bach: Sleepers Wake

Soloists: Daisy Livesey (soprano)
Harrison Gration (bass baritone)
Craig Dacey (tenor)

and other Christmas Music with Carols for Choirs and Audience

Concert start: 7.30pm,

Holy Trinity Church, Eltham

59 Southend Cres, London, SE9 2SD

Saturday 8th July 2023

A night at the Opera

Favourite Opera choruses from Purcell to Tchaikovsky

Saturday 8th July 2023

A night at the Opera

Favourite Opera choruses from Purcell to Tchaikovsky

Conducted by Max Barley

Accompanist: Andrew Lenon

Mezzo-soprano: Elizabeth Key

Soprano: Hannah McKay

Tenor: Thomas Lidgley

Baritone: Charlie Broad

including

Purcell Dido’s Lament
Handel Enchanted Islanders
Verdi Anvil Chorus
Wagner Pilgrims’ Chorus
Tchaikovsky Waltz Scene
Songs from Les Misérables and
Rodgers & Hammerstein

Concert start: 7.30pm

Eltham Parish Church (Saint John the Baptist)

Eltham High Street, London SE9 1DH

Saturday 25th March 2023

A Concert for a Coronation

Saturday 25th March 2023

A Concert for a Coronation

Conducted by Max Barley

Accompanist: Andrew Lenon

including

Parry: I was glad
Parry: Jerusalem
Chilcott: Aesop's Fables
Handel: Four Coronation Anthems

with Organ solos:
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - Handel - Organ: Andrew Lenon
Postlude on a theme by Orlando Gibbons - Stanford - Organ: Max Barley
La Réjouissance - Handel - Organ: Andrew Lenon

Concert start: 7.30pm

Eltham Parish Church (Saint John the Baptist)

Eltham High Street, London SE9 1DH

Saturday 10th December 2022

The Christmas Concert

Saturday 10th December 2022

The Christmas Concert

With the children of the Deansfield Chamber Choir

Conducted by Max Barley

Accompanist: Andrew Lenon

Soloists: Soprano - Becky Ryland-Jones, Tegan Eldridge
Tenor - William Revill
Bass - Euan Chalners

Charpentier:
Messe de minuit pour Noël

Mendelssohn:
Symphony No. 2, 'Hymn of Praise (final movement)

Carols for choirs and audience.

Concert start: 7.30pm

Eltham Parish Church (Saint John the Baptist)

Eltham High Street, London SE9 1DH

Thursday 6th October 2022

Come & Sing - Fauré: Requiem

Thursday 6th October 2022

Come & Sing - Fauré: Requiem

and Cantique de Jean Racine

(Informal Concert - Come & Sing)

Conducted by Max Barley

Eltham Choral Society

Soloists: Soprano - Tegan Eldridge
Baritone - Matt Bernstein

present Gabriel Fauré's setting of the shortened Catholic Mass
for the Dead in Latin, the best-known of his large works.

Compulsory rehearsal: 7.30pm,

Concert start: 8.30pm,

Eltham United Reformed Church

1 Court Road,, Eltham, SE9 5AD

Saturday 9th July 2022

Haydn: The Creation

Saturday 9th July 2022

Haydn: The Creation

(sung in English)

Conducted by Max Barley

Eltham Choral Society

and the Eltham Choral Society Orchestra

Soloists: Soprano - Isabelle Haile
Tenor - Harry Ross
Bass - Alex Bower-Brown

depicting and celebrating the creation of the
world as described in the Book of Genesis

Concert start: 7.30pm,

Eltham Parish Church (Saint John the Baptist)

Eltham High Street, London SE9 1DH

Saturday 2 April 2022

J. S. Bach St John Passion BWV 245

Saturday 2 April 2022

J. S. Bach St John Passion BWV 245

Conducted by Max Barley

Eltham Choral Society & Blackheath Halls Chorus

and the Blackheath Halls Orchestra

Soloists: Daniel Norman, Grant Doyle, Nardus Williams, Kate Howden, Nicholas Mogg

joined together to present Bach’s
wonderful retelling of
Christ’s Passion for Easter.
(Sung in English)

Concert start: 7.30pm,

Blackheath Halls ,

Blackheath, London, SE3 9RQ

Saturday 11th December 2021

Dvořák – Mass in D major
Chilcott – On Christmas Night



Saturday 11th December 2021

Dvořák – Mass in D major
Chilcott – On Christmas Night

Conducted by Max Barley

Accompanist: Andrew Lenon

Soloists: Jocelyn Coates (Soprano), Giverny McAndry (Alto), Matthew Norriss (Tenor), Tom Fesmer (Bass)

and Deansfield Primary School Chamber Choir

With Carols and Christmas Music
for Choir and Audience


The Mass in D major was composed in 1887 at the suggestion of Dvořák's patron Josef Hlávka for the inauguration of the Lužany castle chapel. It is written for choir and organ with occasional passages for soloists.

UK premiere of On Christmas Night was given on 28 November 2011 in Rugby School by the Arnold Singers conducted by Richard Dunster-Sigtermans

Concert start: 7.30pm

All Saints Church,

Bercta Road, Bishops Close, London, SE9 3UT

2020 - NO CONCERTS DUE TO COVID-19