The Grosvenor Chapel
The Grosvenor Chapel

               This Week

 

Sunday 30th April

11.00 am Sung Eucharist on the Third Sunday of Easter

12.30 pm St George's APCM at            St George's Hanover Square 

 

 

Tuesday 2nd May

1.10 pm Organ recital: Richard Hobson

 

 

Wednesday 3rd May

12.30 pm Said Eucharist

 

 

Thursday 4th May

8.00 am Said Eucharist

 

 

Friday 5th May

9.15 am School Act of Worship in the Chapel

12.30 pm Daily Prayer

 

 

Sunday 7th May

11.00 Sung Eucharist on the Fourth Sunday of Easter

12.30 pm Art talk by Mura Blackburn

on the painting

'Jesus before the High Priest' by Gerrit van Honthorst

 

Mayfair Community Choir

This is an initiative in partnership with the Friends of Mayfair Library and Grosvenor Estates. The Choir is non-auditioning and open to all. Richard Hobson, the Chapel's Director of Music, conducts and trains the choir.
 

The repertoire of the choir is mixed and eclectic.
 
The emphasis is on creating a choir which is fun socially, stimulating musically and help builds local community.
 
The Choir meets on Tuesday evenings 6.30pm to 8.00pm in the Chapel Rooms or the Mayfair Library.

For further information, please email  mcchoir@icloud.com

 

The Choir's Spring Concert of Songs, Music and Readings and featuring The World Premiere of

"The Rain in The Pinewood" by Euron Walters will take place on Tuesday 4th April 2017 at 7pm in The Grosvenor Chapel.

Suggsted Donation £5.00 at the door. Refreshments will be offered.

 

The London Sangerstevne Choral Music Festival at Cadogan Hall, London SW1X 9DQ.

Saturday 20th May. The Mayfair Community Choir will be performing between 5pm and 7pm in concert hall 3

with 6 other national choirs.

Friends and supporters of the choir are warmly invited to join them for the event. 

Tickets: £10.00 (£5.00 concessions) unreserved seating in the gallery. 

 

The London Sangerstevne, featuring 30 youth and adult choirs from across the UK and beyond, comes to Cadogan Hall

in the heart of Chelsea. For over 12 years now, this popular annual event has seen choirs from over 20 different nations come together to present a varied repertoire of songs in front of an appreciative audience. The format is unique and draws its inspiration from similar choral gatherings in  Norway.

You can join the Fesitval Chorus a the end of each concert and mingle with the singers over a drink in Cadogan Hall's bar.

 

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