Côr Teifi Sings
Côr Teifi return with soloists Rhiannon Ashley, Efan Williams and Steven Welch, plus the Haverfordwest Ladies Choir and full orchestra, for a varied programme under the leadership of Henry Ward, on Sunday, November 24 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm in the Oak Hall (Neuadd y Dderwen), Rhosygilwen. Click here for publicity flyer.
Michael Tippet – Music: a unison setting of a mystical poem by William Blake.
Hector Berlioz – L’Adieu des Bergers: from Berlioz’s oratorio “L’Enfance du Christ”.
George Holloway – Pied Beauty: UK premiere of a setting of a poem by Gerald Manley Hopkins.
Bob Chilcott – Midwinter: sung by Haverfordwest Ladies Choir, conducted by Nancy Mann.
John Tavener – The Lamb: a touching setting of William Blake’s poem for unaccompanied voices.
Hector Berlioz – Epilogue and Mystical Chorus: the closing section of Berlioz’s “L’Enfance du Christ”.
Interval – The bar will be open for tea, coffee and other drinks.
J.S. Bach – Iesu, Drud Ddifyrrwch Dynion (Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring): the chorus, sung in Welsh.
J.S. Bach – Wachet Auf (Sleepers Awake): one of Bach’s most dramatic and most popular sacred cantatas.
Tickets £12 at the door from 6:00 pm. (Cash only - no cards, sorry.)
Reservations or tel: 01559 370422.
We are a friendly, inclusive choral society, based in Cardigan, west Wales. We sing a variety of work from the classical repertoire, including sacred, opera, and early music.
From our founding early in 2016, we developed our musical skills and gave many thrilling concerts under the guidance of conductor Henry Ward. We are pleased that our first concert of 2019 will be conducted by the well known musical director Margaret Daniel.
New members are always welcome. There's no audition. We mostly sing from printed scores, though not all of us read music.
Just speak to any choir member or e-mail email@example.com .