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July 2014

Summer Soiree

19th July 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
St. Peter’s Church, Gubbins Lane
Harold Wood, Essex RM3 0QA United Kingdom
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An evening of music to relax by. A celebration to mark the 75th Anniversary of the church on the site in Gubbins Lane. The evening will include both traditional choral music (such as I was Glad by Parry) and contemporary music, including music from My Fair Lady and the song made famous by the Military wives ‘Where ever you are’. We are delighted that Tim Smith, our resident accompanist, will be our featured solo artist playing a selection of solo…

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November 2014

Autumn Concert

15th November 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm
St. Andrew’s Church, 222 High Street
Hornchurch, Essex RM12 6QP United Kingdom
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Programme to include Brahms Song of Destiny, Stanford’s Songs of the Fleet and Gounod St Cecilia Mass. Tickets for this performance will cost £12, or £10 if ordered by 12th November. Children age 5 - 15 £5. Friends of HS will receive their normal discount. Click on the Buy Tickets button above to order your tickets for this performance.

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December 2014

Music for Christmas

20th December 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm
St. Peter’s Church, Gubbins Lane
Harold Wood, Essex RM3 0QA United Kingdom
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A concert of traditional and contemporary music to celebrate Christmas. We are delighted that the young voices from Suttons Primary School, Hornchurch will be joining us. This will be the first time we have sung music for Christmas at St Peters Church and it will be a special concert with the church lit by candles. To round off the evening, seasonal refreshments will be available in the Main hall. Tickets for this performance will cost £10 and tickets for children…

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March 2015

The Crucifixion by John Stainer

28th March 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Romford Baptist Church, Main Road
Romford, RM13BL United Kingdom
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Havering Singers will be giving a performance of John Stainer’s well-loved setting of The Crucifixion.  In this work, Stainer has written some of the most memorable traditional hymn-tunes we shall ever hear and weaves music and words to make us pause in our busy lives and consider what happened during Holy Week. Stainer’s aim in writing this work was a modest one: to provide an extended Passiontide meditation which ordinary choirs could perform and to which congregations could immediately relate.…

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