John will lead an enjoyable exploration of a variety of choral music, including some of his own well-loved pieces. The day is open to singers of all abilities and confidence levels. Some sight-reading ability will be beneficial, though the pace of the day is relaxed and informal. The day will be hugely popular and space… Read more »
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Thoughts on 2020 and the year ahead.
John has been interviewed for a new book by David Wordsworth, ‘Giving Voice to my Music: Choral Composers in Conversation’.
If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for you. Led by the celebrated composer and conductor, John Rutter Come and Sing is an afternoon of choral singing to lift the spirits. Music will be a mixture of old and new, including some of John Rutter’s own well-loved… Read more »
The nation’s favourite composer, John Rutter was born in Marylebone, above the neighbouring Globe Pub. Join John for a ‘Come and Sing’ workshop on his own Feel the Spirit, a cycle of spirituals, with amazing guest soloist Melanie Marshall. The day will culminate in a short performance, to which you can invite your family and friends. Light… Read more »
The Friends of St Mary’s Church, Sundridge are very pleased to announce that John Rutter is coming to Sevenoaks again for a Come and Sing Day. John Rutter is probably the world’s most important living choral composer and very much in demand, as you might expect. We are very excited and delighted that he has… Read more »
Voices, a collection of 14 première recordings of the music of Tarik O’Regan, one of the most exciting choral composers to emerge in the 21st century. His music is tonal, although edgy and definably contemporary.
A journey of the imagination, in which the figure of Christ – his Incarnation, Words, Passion, Resurrection, Ascension and Sacramental Presence – is reflected in 21 a cappella motets spanning time and space from 11th-century France to 20th-century Russia and America.
The arts are resilient and do not disappear in wartime. If anything, they assume greater importance than in times of peace.
John invites you to sing a mixture of choral music, old and new, familiar and unfamiliar, as well as some of his carols and a selection of his most recent compositions. All are welcome, including singers’ own children. However, the day is aimed at those who have at least some choral experience and music reading… Read more »