Author Archives: Hackney Singers

Mozart Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall, 10th March 2015

Photography by Dave Green – view more images on Dave’s website Mozart Requiem Brahms Variations on a theme by Haydn (St. Anthony) Brahms Nänie Hackney Singers Lewisham Choral Society Forest Philharmonic Conductor Mark Shanahan Soloists Linda Richardson Anne-Marie Owens Mark Chaundy Andrew Greenan The Royal Festival Hall was full on Tuesday March 10th as Hackney’s

Brahms Requiem at St John at Hackney, 25th October 2014

Photography Rishi Coupland Brahms German Requiem Beethoven Egmont Overture ____________________ Hackney Singers Forest Philharmonic Conductor  Dan Ludford-Thomas Soprano  Helen Meyerhoff Baritone  Philip Tebb ____________________ 7.30pm Saturday 25th October 2014 St John at Hackney, Lower Clapton Road E5 0PD ____________________ Hackney Singers presented a stunning performance of one of the world’s great choral works, Brahms’s epic

Haydn’s Creation at St John at Hackney, 29th March 2014

Photography Dave Green – view more Hackney Singers wowed a full audience at St. John-at-Hackney on Saturday the 29th of March with a sensational rendition of Joseph Haydn’s The Creation, designed to tell the story of God’s creation of the world. “From the moment that the choir sang ‘and there was…LIGHT’ the audience were grabbed”,

40th Anniversary Concert: Bruckner Motets & Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast, 5th October 2013

Photography Dave Green | View more on Photobox Design by Brigid Hackett Hackney Singers Present Bruckner Motets Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast by S. Coleridge-Taylor 7.30 Saturday 5th of October 2013 St Marys Church, Stoke Newington Church St N16 9ES Conductor Mark Shanahan Tenor Paul Austin Kelly Organ Andrew Storey Piano Peter Mitchell With accompaniment from Dulwich

Haydn Nelson Mass at St John-at-Hackney, 13th October 2012

Photography by Dave Green www.davidxgreen.com Haydn Nelson Mass Stanford For Lo, I Raise Up Stanford Prelude No 1 in F Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis Hackney Singers Forest Philharmonic directed by Dan Ludford-Thomas Helen Meyerhoff, soprano Marie Degodet, alto Andrew MacKenzie-Wicks, tenor Michael Bundy, bass Andrew Storey, organ St John-at-Hackney Church

Handel’s Messiah at the Royal Festival Hall, 20th March 2012

Photography by David Green; More photos available on Dave’s website and available to purchase on Photobox An Easter performance of Handel’s masterpiece, by a 300-strong choir uniting voices from North and South London. George Frideric Handel’s Messiah is often performed during the Christmas season, but this thought-provoking work was originally an Easter offering, first performed