University Of Greenwich Choir

University Of Greenwich Choir

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The University of Greenwich Choir is a non-auditioning Choir bringing together students, staff, alumni and friends of the University of Greenwich to make music in a sociable environment. The Choir performs a wide range of music, from George Frederic Handel to George Michael, with recent performances including a Bollywood hit, a Nigerian Christmas Carol, and music sung in Russian and Argentinian Spanish. They have given concerts in collaboration with a wide range of guest musicians, including the new Royal Greenwich and Blackheath Halls Youth Choir, with whom they performed Vivaldi’s Gloria in March 2016.

The University Choir usually meets in Greenwich on Monday evenings during term-time – check the ‘Rehearsal schedule’ page for more details.

New members are always welcome. All you have to do is turn up to a rehearsal!

Music Director: Nicholas Jenkins
Accompanist: Suzy Ruffles Herbert

For more information please send an email to: N.R.N.Jenkins@gre.ac.uk

University Of Greenwich Choir

Concerts

University carol service

Tuesday 2 December 7:30pm Old Royal Naval College Chapel

Choral chill out

Monday 27 October 7:30pm Greenwich QA180

Trial by jury
by Gilbert and Sullivan
and Songs from the Shows

Sat 17 May 2014 7:30pm

St Mary Undercroft, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.

Conductor: Nicholas Jenkins

Pianist: Suzy Ruffles Herbert

Director: Natalie Katsou

University Of Greenwich Choir

Spring concert – Favourite Choral Classics

Friday 28 February 2014 7:30pm

Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich Campus

Included the opening of Vivaldi’s famous Gloria, Verdi’s Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves, Fauré’s Cantique de Jean Racine, and The Lord Bless You and Keep You by John Rutter. The second half of the concert featured Schubert’s Mass in G.

The University of Greenwich Choir and Orchestra welcomed the Choirs of Brooklands Primary School and Deansfield Primary School, as part of a collaboration between the University of Greenwich and Greenwich Music Hub.