director: Rupert Preston Bell organist: Michael Bacon
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2019Saturday June 8, 7:30pm: Serenade to Music. Members of the choir take part in a programme of English music, princiupally featuring Ellen Smith (soprano) and Paul Clark (piano)
Saturday January 30, 7:30pm: Music of the Stuart Age. With the Chelys Consort of Viols. Music from the reigns of James I, Charles I and Charles II. At King Charles church.
Saturday September 26, 7:00pm: Hear My Prayer, Favourites of the cathedral repertoire, at St Mary the Virgin, Buxted.
Saturday April 25, 7:30pm: Favourites of the cathedral repertoire. Anthems and motets by Mendelssohn, Mozart, Bach, Handel and others, in aid of Music at King Charles. At King Charles church.
Saturday December 13, 6:30pm: Christmas Concert with the Pentagon String Ensemble
April 18: Members of the choir participate in a
performance of Bach's St
Matthew Passion at Tonbridge School, directed by Steven
2013Saturday October 12, 7:30pm: Rejoice in the Lamb at King Charles church. A celebration of the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten, with Michael Bacon (organ) and Ellen Smith (harp).
Sunday November 4th, 6.30pm: Duruflé Requiem at King Charles church.
A performance for All Souls.
Saturday May 15th, 7.30pm: The Sacred Word
Friday October 30th, 7.30pm: Concert at San
Nicolo da Tolentino, Venice
Saturday March 14th, 7.30pm: De Profundis
Saturday May 24th, 7.30pm: Serenade to Music
Sunday November 4th, 7.30pm: French sacred music
Sunday March 18th, 7pm: Caldara Stabat Mater. With a Baroque ensemble led by Teresa Caudle and directed by Sarah Stuart-Pennink. (Pictured below)
Saturday October 14th, 6pm: Choral Classics. Handel coronation anthems and well-loved anthems. With guest conductor, Hilary Davan Wetton.
Sunday April 9th, 6.30pm: Duruflé Requiem at King Charles church. A performance for Palm Sunday.
Photo: The King Charles Singers in concert with The Gregorian Singers, St Barnabas Church Tunbridge Wells, 10th May 2003.
Listen to a live recording of O Nata Lux by Thomas Tallis.
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