A group of people in Worcester decided to raise funds for Acorns Hospice in Worcester by creating a photo diary of Paddington Bear together with local and national celebrities. Paddington Bear turned up at our concert in Worcester cathedral and has his photo taken with Conductor Samuel Hudson; Soprano Susanna Fairbairn; Bass James Cleverton, TenorContinue reading “Deepest Darkest Worcester”
My next outing 🙂Come along and help raise lots of money for Mary’s Meals!
For more than 275 years, George Frideric Handel’s compelling and richly varied Messiah has held a unique place in the affections of music lovers across the world. Its greatest choruses – such as the instantly recognisable Hallelujah and For unto us a Child is Born – are among the most popular pieces of music ever written. During the London premiere ofContinue reading “Worcester Cathedral 7th December 2019”
Mezzo-soprano Joyce Tindsley sang with @KVUSingers at Freckleton on Sunday. This was Joyce’s 14th appearance with the choir for a performance of Handel’s Messiah.
It was great to revist the work of towering genius that is Mendelssohn’s Elijah last night, with this fabulous team of singers – Nicola Howard, Joyce Tindsley, John Anthony Cunningham – conductor Helen Harrison, Lytham St Annes Choral Society & Kirkham Grammar School Choir and Helios Symphony Orchestra.
A wonderful Messiah at Birkenhead. — with Philip Lowe, Rosanna Harris, David Holroyd and Joyce Tindsley.
Trinity Methodist Church, Whittingham Lane, Goosnargh, is holding a musical evening with celebrated mezzo soprano Joyce Tindsley and friends this Friday, October 11, at 7.30pm. Also, the church’s autumn lecture series starts next Tuesday, October 15, at 7.30pm.
Pictured at the 2012 launch event are, from the left, Festival Directors Brenda and Jimmy Tyrrell, singer Joyce Tindsley, pianist Tim Kennedy, Festival Director Carol Milne and Festival Chairman Tim Rainford