2022: A year to remember

It’s not been an easy year for any of us. Economic hardship, political turmoil, international conflict, a climate causing weather that’s been alarming in its extremes, billionaires running amok on social media power trips. Some of us have been more fortunate than others, and many of us are so grateful for what we have –Continue reading “2022: A year to remember”

Thursday choral singing: the start of my weekend

It’s Thursday afternoon, and I’ve had yet another busy week of work, socialising, life admin: the works. I’ve burned the candle at both ends, but somehow, I’ve still got to find more energy. I have several deadlines looming on Friday; it’s like it never stops. Catching a glance at the tiny clock in my screenContinue reading Thursday choral singing: the start of my weekend

Want to join a London chamber choir?

We – we as individuals, as families, as a country, as a world – are in a somewhat uncertain place right now, to say the least of it. Our economy is in a shambles. Our government seems to change almost daily. An unseasonably warm autumn makes us wonder and worry for the future of ourContinue reading “Want to join a London chamber choir?”

Programme: A German Requiem / O Vos Omnes

Friday 4 November 2022 In tonight’s concert, which nominally contains only two works, Vivamus presents music from the 18th, 19th and 21st centuries and a world premiere. In a programme just over an hour long, we start with a composition born in the fusion of a Bach keyboard masterpiece and a contemporary violin improvisation. WeContinue reading “Programme: A German Requiem / O Vos Omnes”