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Music By the Bridge Concert

Director of Music, Jonathan Wikeley has put together an exciting programme for All Saints Fulham Choir’s Music by the Bridge concert which takes place at All Saints Church Fulham at 7.15pm on Friday 8th June.

All Saints Fulham Choir in rehearsals by Anne-Marie Williams

Entitled From sacred to secular: a selection of choral music for a summer’s evening, the free concert lasts for just 45 minutes. Wine and other refreshments will be provided.

Music will include works from Bruckner, Britten, Walton sprinkled with some modern songs from bands such as Coldplay. Sinead O’Kelly, soprano Choral Scholar, will also perform a solo during the concert.

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The video below is the Helsinki Chamber Choir, conducted by Tim Brown singing one of the pieces from the Music by the Bridge concert:
God’s Grandeur: music by Benjamin Britten, words by Gerald Manley Hopkins.


About All Saints Fulham Choir

The All Saints Fulham Church is the home of three choirs. A traditional Parish Choir who sing wide-ranging repertoire which spans nine centuries and tours regularly at home and abroad; a Gospel Choir who sing a mixture of contemporary and traditional gospel styles, and a junior choir for children from Year 3 upwards.


One thought on “Music By the Bridge Concert

  1. You have a very talented choir but IMHO the above BB composition/video has frankly an awful melody.
    Compare it to the majestic beauty of McCartney’s Wanderlust

    I can already hear harmonies on the chorus and brass sections.Paul even sings a counter melody at 2 mins 16
    Not trying to put your team’s work down but there are some amazing non classical songs which you can use and which are guaranteed to fill those pews.I am happy to give you a list which will really convey loads of emotion to the listener.
    Please do check my songs out and I am open to your criticisms of my compositions.My weblink is
    I assume you are on Soundcloud if not please sign up because it’s free and you will receive loads of feedback;much better than Digg/Stumble etc.
    Good Luck

    Alan Harrison

    Posted by Alan Harrison | June 8, 2012, 8:02 pm

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