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Choirs at work

Thursday March 8, 2018 at 19:30
St Paul's Church, 'The Actor's Church' Covent Garden, London
£23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) £5 (children)
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  1. Futility - words by Wilfrid Owen, arranged by Stephen Tyler
  2. A Bridge over You - Paul Simon, Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland and Guy Berryman, arranged by Adam Morris, Peter Mitchell and Liam Dunachie
  3. And so it goes - Billy Joel, arranged by Bob Chilcott
  4. Fields of gold - Sting (Gordon Matthew Sumner), arranged by Philip James Mitchell
  5. Something inside so strong - Labi Siffre, arranged by Philip James Mitchell
  6. Ubi Caritas - Ola Gjello
  7. The Lord is my Shepherd, from Te Deum - Will Todd
  8. No more 'I love you's' - David Freeman and Joseph Hughes, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  9. Say something - Ian Axel, Chad King and Mike Campbell, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  10. Bless the Broken Road - Marcus Hummon, Bobby Boyd and Jeff Hanna, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  11. Joyful, joyful, after Beethoven's Ode to Joy, from Symphony No 9 - arranged by Mervyn Warren, adapted by Peter Mitchell
  12. Lean on me - Bill Withers, arranged by Peter Mitchell and Jon Cohen
  13. Seal Lullaby - Eric Whitacre, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  14. Angel - Sarah McLachlan, arranged by Philip James Mitchell
  15. On the sunny side of the street - Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh, arranged by Liam Dunachie
  16. What a fool believes - Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  17. Lux Aurumque - Eric Whitacre
  18. 900 miles - Traditional American, arranged by Jonathan Rathbone
  19. When we were young - Adele Adkins, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  20. Ain't nobody - David Wolinski, arranged by Dan Ludford-Thomas
  21. Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, arranged by Peter Mitchell
  22. Total Praise - Richard Smallwood, arranged by Dan Ludford Thomas
  23. He still loves me - James Harris III, arranged by Peter Mitchell

The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London welcomes two workplace choirs to the 2018 Spring Series. Gareth Malone’s BBC TV series Sing while you work inspired budding vocalists all over the country, and tonight’s concerts features two of the talented choirs from the original series, Citi Choir and the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir. They are set to entertain us with a diverse programme featuring modern choral classics by Eric Whitacre, Ola Gjeilo and Will Todd, Gospel works and arrangements of favourite pop songs dating from the 60s to the present day. Dan Ludford-Thomas and Peter D Mitchell show their talents as arrangers and conductors, and lead our two fantastic choirs through this varied programme in the lovely surroundings of St Paul’s Covent Garden.

St Paul's Church, 'The Actor's Church' Covent Garden
Bedford Street
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