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10.3.14

"Baltic Exchange" with The Meljon Singers


"Baltic Exchange" with The Meljon Singers

Date: Saturday 22 March 2014, 7.30pm

Venue: Holy Trinity Church, 185 Hermon Hill, South Woodford, E18 1QQ
Transport: Tube - South Woodford (Central Line) Buses - 179, W12, W13 & W14
A collection of music from a region where the choral music tradition is deeply engrained; the Baltics. Support a local choir whilst being entertained with the music of Estonian and Latvian composers such as Dubra, Pärt and Prauliņš. If you're aware of these composers and/or Meljon, you know you're in for a treat but whether you usually listen to classical, jazz, pop or any other type of music, the beautiful voice of Meljon is bound to inspire!

Tickets:  Advance tickets ?10 | On the door ?12 | Under 18s Free. Box Office 01992 611711 or book online at www.meljon.ticketsource.co.uk
For more information visit www.meljon.org.uk

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The Meljon Singers
Baltic Exchange
Choral music from Estonia and Latvia

On Saturday 22 March The Meljon Singers will be taking their audience to the Baltics… Well, almost! This concert is actually taking place at Holy Trinity Church, South Woodford but the sounds of local traffic will be exchanged for the sounds of uplifting music from the Baltics.

Thanks to the likes of choral enthusiasts like Gareth Malone (The Choir and Sing While You Work, BBC2) and the emergence of numerous Rock Choir’s up and down the country, more and more people are finding out just how much fun it is to sing in and listen to a choir. The Meljon Singers are well experienced in that department as they will be celebrating their 25th Anniversary next year and this March the choir presents “Baltic Exchange”, a collection of songs from a region where the choral music tradition is deeply engrained.

Support your local choir whilst being entertained with the music of Estonian and Latvian composers such as Dubra, Pärt and Prauliņš. If you’re aware of these composers and/or Meljon, you know you’re in for a treat but whether you usually listen to classical, jazz, pop or any other type of music, the beautiful voice of Meljon is bound to inspire! 

Danielle John

Publicity Manager
The Meljon Singers

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"The choir has loved singing this work again and it made a deep impression on many members of the audience"
"We hope to sing Missa in London again in 2015"

Janette Ruocco MA BMus LRSM
Musical Director
Braintree Choral Society
Harlow Chorus Academy
Illumination Chamber Choir
The Meljon Singers



Missa Rigensis Rehearsal files (separated voices) MP3