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Morley Chamber Choir Concert 28 Jube [Jun. 19th, 2008|02:54 am]
Here are details of a concert I am singing on on 28th June.
I would be great to see you there
Morley Chamber Choir
Conductor: Robert Hanson

Saturday, June 28th 2008, at 7.30pm
Tickets £10/£5 concessions
Available on the door.

Programme:
Handel - Dixit Dominus
Purcell - Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
Hanson - Beyond that Dim Horizon
(In memory of Martha Knight - First Performance)
Monteverdi - Si ch'io vorrei morire
- Ah, dolente partita
Wilbye - Sweet Honey-sucking Bee
Tomkins - Music Divine

Church of St. James Garlickhythe
Garlick Hill, City of London EC4V 2AL

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Concert on Monday 25th June [Jun. 13th, 2007|08:03 pm]
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Concert - Monday 25th June 2007, 8pm

Conductor: Robert Hanson with instrumental ensemble

Purcell Te Deum
Jubilate
Blow up the Trumpet
Duets from Dioclesian and The Fairy Queen
Berg Three Songs (arr. Robert Hanson)
Harris Bring us, O Lord God
Faire is the Heaven
Traditional Folk Songs (arr. Robert Hanson)

St Andrew's, Holborn Circus
nearest London Underground stations: Farringdon or Chancery Lane view map »

Tickets available on the door £10 / £5 concessions
http://www.morleychamberchoir.org.uk/
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Concert Thursday 29 June 2006, [Jun. 11th, 2006|09:58 pm]
I am singing in a concert on Thursday 29 June that you might be interested in


Thursday 29 June 2006, 7.30pm - St James' Church, Piccadilly

Sung by the choir Vivamus
Joseph Nolan, conductor

A concert featuring Allegri's iconic "Miserere" Palestrina's masterpiece "Missa Papae Marcelli" and music by American composer Morten Lauridsen.

Programme :
Allegri - Miserere
Palestrina - Missa Papae Marcelli, Sicut Cervus, Exultate Deo
Lauridsen - Lux Aeternae, O Magnum Mysterium, Ubi Caritas
Victoria - O Sacrum Convivium
Parsons - Ave Maria
Byrd Sing - Joyfully


Tickets:

£10 (£7 conc) in advance; £15 (£10 conc) on the door.

available from me or via TicketWeb 0870 600 100
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=151267&interface=
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One barbeque doesn't make a summer [Jun. 11th, 2006|09:56 pm]
Today we had our first barbeque, manly some sausages and burgers that had been lurking in the freezer.

Yesterday the medical students who live next door were in the garden practicing for their oral medical exams. The subject seemed to be heart valves - I didn't stay out there too long.
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EDF - Helping the environment or not [Jun. 10th, 2006|10:01 am]
Just received my electricity bill. The envelope says it "has been designed so we work together to help the environment. You can re-use it .....".
They would help the environment more if they could print the bill on 1 page rather than 3 and didnt send loads of crappy leaflets :-)
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"X is not supported" [Jun. 4th, 2006|07:40 am]
I get rather annoyed when I get a reply "X is not supported". The semantics of this might be

- X will destroy your machine so dont do it
- X will work but be incompatible with Y
- X will work but will have some minor features that migh annoy you (so don't raise help desl calls)
- We havent the fogiest idea whether X will work and can't be bothered to try it
- X will work fine but the help desk don't understand it so don't call us about it.
- There is a licensing reason why you cant do X
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Google calendars - when is public not public [May. 23rd, 2006|07:30 pm]
Google calendars are a nice idea. Public calendars are nice too.
But it seems like a closed world - public calendars are only public to other people that are signed up to google. See the discussion on the Calendars group.
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