UPCOMING PROJECTS AND PERFORMANCES


Summer concert 2017

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Summer Concert 2017

Madrigals, Part-songs & Chansons

Saturday 17th June, 7.00 pm

Church of St Anne & St Andrew
125  Salusbury Road NW6 6RG

The choir will be performing with the
Queens Park Singers
Queen's Park Junior Singers, director Mary Phillips


RECENT CONCERTS


MESSIAH

Mozart Coronation Mass
Tantum Ergo

Sibelius: four accapella songs for mixed choir

Rakastava (The lover)
Työkansan marssi (Workers’ march)
Aamusumussa (Morning mist)
Koulutie (The way to school

Sunday 19th March 6.30pm

Church of St Anne & St Andrew
125 Salusbury Road NW6

The choir will be performing together with the Queens Park Singers

Queen's Park Junior Singers, director Mary Phillips



Happy Prince Recording

The Junior Singers are currently in the process of making a recording of Malcolm Williamson's opera The Happy Prince, which they performed to great acclaim in November 2014.

It has never been recorded by children or a mixed adult cast of singers.

If you would like to make a donation towards the cost of making this landmark recording please go to our FUNDING PAGE.

READ MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT

"Williamson’s music has been absent from concert halls and opera stages for many years and especially since his death more than 10 years ago. The Happy Prince is reminder enough as to why it should return to prominence. I hope that this performance of The Happy Prince will be recorded, as surely this is what Williamson would have seen as the ideal performance."

Andrew Toovey
Composition Tutor, Birmingham Conservatoire

 

PAST PERFORMANCES


THE HAPPY PRINCE

The Queen's Park Junior Singers' production of The Happy Prince by Malcolm Williamson took place in November 2014. 

For our November 2014 production we sold approximately 600 tickets and received standing ovations each night. Judith Weir, the Master of the Queen's Music, wrote on her website “I left in an atmosphere of radiance .... READ MORE


The Queen's Park Junior Singers' production of Benjamin Britten's opera Noye's Fludde was performed on 16th November 2013 for the centenary of Britten's birth.

150 performers took part in this community opera, of whom 130 were children, including 78 singers, solo dancers playing the Raven and the Dove, a string orchestra, trumpets, recorders, and percussion. Some of the children ... READ MORE