News About Teddington Choral Society
- TODAY EXCEPTIONALLY REHEARSAL WILL START AT 6:30PM WITH SAM
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'