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A Mozart End of Term

Sinead O'Kelly, Soprano

Sinead O’Kelly, Soprano

On Sunday 14 July, the Choir will be embracing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in during Sung Eucharist at All Saints Fulham Church.

The anthem for the service is Laudate Dominum from Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore. 

Our choral scholar – Sinead O’Kelly – currently studying at the Royal College of Music – singing the beautiful soprano solo.

It will be Sinead’s final Sung Eucharist in Fulham. After 3 years, she’s moving on  to take up a position as Soprano Choral Scholar at Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, Kensington.

In an interview for the All Saints Fulham Church Magazine, Sinead specifically thanks the two Directors of Music that she’s worked under – Jonathan, “for introducing her to so much new and inspiring music especially his own composition The Burning Babe”, and Ian “for hiring her despite not knowing what a Nunc Dimmitis was””.

Everyone who heard her extraordinary performance of The Girl in 14G at the Music by the Bridge concert in May will testify that Sinead has a huge future ahead of her. We wish her all the best.

To read more of Sinead’s interview, download a copy of the June 2013 Church Magazine from the All Saints Fulham website.


The video is Dame Kiri Te Kanawa singing with the London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Colin Davis.

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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.

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