Come and Sing! One-Day Annual Choral Workshop

Saturday 10th April 2021 - Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem

Love singing? Come and join amateur singers from across the country for this exciting, one-day choral workshop hosted by Worcester Festival Choral Society in the majestic nave of historic Worcester Cathedral.

You'll have the chance to learn (or brush up on) Brahms' much-loved choral masterwork, Ein Deutsches Requiem, under the baton of the Cathedral's Director of Music, Samuel Hudson.

As well as singing sessions, the workshop will include insights into the work, plenty of vocal tips, an informal performance (which friends and family can attend free of charge) and a chance to socialise with around 150 other musically minded people.

The day will start from 10.15am (registration from 9.30am) and finish by 4.30pm.

Tickets, including a vocal score for the day and free tea and coffee, are £20 (adults) and £10 (full time students; under 18s free accompanied by an adult). And as always, we'll have plenty of home-made cakes and delicious packed lunches to tempt your tastebuds!

Interested? Full details will appear on this page from September 2020, and online booking opens from January 2021.






Below: Photos taken at our April 2019 Come and Sing workshop, Beethoven's Mass in C - with conductor Samuel Hudson:







Below: Photos taken at our April 2018 Come and Sing workshop,Verdi's Requiem - with conductor Piers Maxim:


Below: Photos taken at our April 2017 Come and Sing workshop, Elgar's Dream of Gerontius - with conductor Christopher Allsop:


Below: Photos taken at our April 2016 Come and Sing workshop, Mendelssohn's Elijah - with conductor Peter Nardone:


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