Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana – our Autumn concert

Save the date for our Autumn 2017 concert – the spectacular Carmina Burana, by Carl Orff, as well as The Passing of the Year by Jonathan Dove.   Date: Saturday 14th October 2017, 7.30pm St Sepulchres Church Holborn London EC1A 2DH Conductor: Dan Ludford-Thomas With Hackney Children’s Choir Tickets:   Poster design by Laura Woolf,

Bach B Minor Mass at the Royal Festival Hall

On the 27th March 2017, Hackney Singers joined Lewisham Choral Society, supported by the London Mozart Players, to perform Bach’s B Minor Mass in the Royal Festival Hall. Soloists: Elin Manahan Thomas Helen Meyerhoff Roderick Morris David de Winter Philip Tebb   Here’s a snapshot of the photos and praise our members, soloists and audience have

Verdi’s Requiem concert in review

Saturday night’s concert was a hugely enjoyable experience. Thank you to our generous audience for coming out to hear us perform Verdi’s Requiem. Below you’ll find a gallery of images kindly taken by Anu. Some of our audience kindly took to social media to tell their friends about their experience of the evening. As you can

We’re taking part in the Hackney Speaker’s Charity Spring Concert

  We’re proud to be joining the Hackney Council’s Speaker, Sade Etti, for her Spring charity concert where she is bringing together Hackney choirs and talented Hackney musicians to raise money for three charities that do important work for Hackney people. The three charities the concert is raising money for are: Hackney Food Bank is a community-based voluntary organisation, which

Verdi Requiem – tickets on sale now

Hackney Singers will be performing Verdi Requiem on Saturday 16th April 2016, starting at 7.30pm at St John at Hackney, Lower Clapton Road. We will be joined by some distinguished soloists: Soprano – Katie Bird Alto – Ciara Hendrick Tenor – Paul Austin Kelly Bass – Andrew Greenan   You can buy your tickets now, below.

Praise for our Autumn concert

The wonderful @HackneySingers do it again – glorious Bernstein, Copland, Shearing, Whitacre, Barber. Thank you ???????????? — Lisa Rodrigues (@LisaSaysThis) October 17, 2015 Top notch @HackneySingers … Thought Cloudburst was excellent! — Some Melodious Plot (@LostCertainties) October 17, 2015 @HackneySingers Thank YOU! It was a great concert and I've found lots of new

Our upcoming Autumn concert

  A small chapel in the church is known as The Musicians Chapel and it was here that Henry Wood learned to play the organ. There is a memorial stone for one of the Founding Fathers, so it felt that there were several connections for us for this concert. The programme marks the UK-USA ‘special relationship’ in