News About Teddington Choral Society
Please check the "TCS Members only" section and get to learn more about the committee members and the voice representatives.
SUMMER WORKSHOP ON MAY 20th, 2017:
When: May 20th, 2017. From 10:30 to 5pm
where: Twickenham United Reformed Church Hall
What: based around Will Todd's "Mass in Blue"
For those willing to any baking will be welcome!!
- A small group of us sang Carols at Richmond Train Station on Thursday 8 December 2016 for charity
Health Poverty Action write:
Dear Teddington Choral Society,
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YESTERDAY- your choir were absolutely phenomenal again and I thoroughly seeing you all again and hearing your lovely voices! Did the choir enjoy themselves too? Thanks for organising!!
I have just counted the donations from last night and you managed to raise a wonderful £471.18! WOW! Testament to how great all your voices were. I really appreciate you giving up your time to sing for us!
- Phil Culling. TCS is delighted to welcome Phil Culling as our new Accompanist in January 2017
- Our first rehearsal will be on January 9th, 2017. Please be aware that following the Christmas Carols concert on December 3rd there will be no rehearsal until January.
- We welcomed REBECCA CLARKE AS OUR NEW CHAIR in November 2016.
- Sam Exans our MD joined us in September 2015 who has a wealth of choral experience and enjoy lively and stimulating rehearsals, vocal techique and with his direction, have staged four marvelous concerts.
- CHORAL WORKSHOP, Mendelssohn's Elijah with Sam Evans & Arlene Rolph. A Joyful and instructive workshop & vocal technique day with a very good attendance.
- THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING - look for the TCS choir members in this Oscar winning film!
- WINNERS OF A CIVIC PRIDE AWARD: From the London Borough of Richmond - Awarded for the ethos of all- incusiveness & the WW1 Concert 'Christmas Truce'
- SOUNDBITES: 'For contemporary music and established classics, Teddington Choral Society offers the perfect evening of entertainment'- Richmond & Twickenham Times
'The diction of the choir was superb' 'The performance of In Terra Pax was wonderful'