@ the Holy Trinity Parish Church,
Hoghton Street, Southport
THE Fauré Requiem is one of the best known and most loved pieces of church music. It is music full of light and serenity and includes the moving aria
"Pie Jesu" that is a favourite of so many. It is to be performed on Palm Sunday,
20 March at 6pm in Holy Trinity Church, Hoghton Street, Southport by the Church & Chapel Choirs.
Other music in the recital will include Stabat Mater by Schubert and two of the Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams. The Choir will be directed from the organ by David Williams and the soloists, themselves members of the choirs, will be Fiona Williams, Soprano and Bob Ball, Baritone
The Church Choir at Holy Trinity is a traditional Anglican choir of boys and men who sing the services each week, including a Choral Evensong each Wednesday, very rare in a parish church today. On this evening they are joined by the ladies of the Chapel choir, most of whom are members of the Southport Bach Choir, who join the men to sing motets during the Sunday morning Eucharist.
Holy Trinity warmly invites you to this recital of music for Holy Week. Apart from a good musical evening - it could well prompt some deeper thought and put you in the spirit to enjoy Easter even more. It lasts about an hour and there is a retiring collection in aid of the Choir funds..
Easter Carol Services are much rarer than Christmas ones, but at 6pm on Easter Day
(27 March) there is the annual celebration of Easter in this form, again by Holy Trinity Church & Chapel Choirs in their Church at 6pm.
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