Our Christmas concerts on December 13th and 14th December 2019 in St Edith Hall, Kemsing, saw us caper joyfully through an Elizabethan Christmas. Proceedings were led by Chris Pottle as the anarchic Lord of Misrule, and were graced by the presence of his Majesty King Henry VIII (pictured above). The Wealden Recorder Concert provided that wonderfully authentic sixteenth century sound.
The choir was directed by Sara Kemsley, and accompanied on piano by Peter Young.
The concert raised £600 in aid of the new church hall for St Mary's Church Kemsing.
Thank you to all who came to our concerts and whose enthusiasm and singing contributed to two memorable evenings.
“A Bouquet Garni”, Saturday 11th May 2019
We presented a joyful programme of folk-inspired music to celebrate the season of blossoming hedgerows and new life returning. We were joined by a merry band of instrumentalists to perform wonderful works about the people and places of the British Isles. Featuring John Rutter's Sprig of Thyme and A Fancy of Folksongs by Cecilia McDowall.
OUR PREVIOUS CONCERT: 9th March
Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert Band and Kemsing Singers
Pamoja Hall at The Space at Sevenoaks School, TN13 1HU.
Kemsing Singers and the Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert Band presented a joint concert of lively and popular music to suit all tastes, in aid of The Silas Pullen Fund.
Included were compilations from musicals and opera such as Chess, Phantom of the Opera and Verdi choruses and much, much more.
Joint : Handel's Zadok the Priest, Verdi's Viva Verdi, Norman Trailor's Gospel Train
Band : Danzon No.2 by Marquez, Highlights from Chess by Ulvaeus/Anderson
Choir: Over the Rainbow from Wizard of Oz, Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel, Rhythm of Life from Sweet Charity, Phantom of the Opera.
Proceeds from the concert were in aid of the Silas Pullen Fund, and raised an impressive £542 for the Brain Tumour Charity
© Kemsing Singers 2021