Sadly we have to announce that the Concert due to be held on Saturday 28th March at the Miners Chapel, St Just has been cancelled. For further details regarding ticket refunds please contact the Treasurer; Alice Allsworth – 07870 676412.
We hope that we will be living in a less uncertain environment by December and will be able to see you all at our well- loved Christmas Concert. Keep watching the website for further information.
In the meantime please keep safe and stay healthy.
Tickets for this wonderful Concert will be available from 1st February. We look forward to seeing you all there.
As in previous years our Christmas concert was, once again, a resounding success.
We were extremely honoured to have Melanie and Daniel Hoadley as our guest performers and they were extremely well received by both the audience and chorus members.
Our Christmas concert is always well attended and this one was no exception with tickets selling very quickly.
The retiring collection this year was for Macmillan Cancer Support and raised a magnificent sum of money in excess of £770! Many thanks to everyone for their wonderful support.
Our next concert is on the 28TH March at the Miners Chapel, St Just – when our guest will be the well loved Tenor; Peter Ferris. Tickets will be available soon. We hope to see you all there.
Here is our lovely poster for our Annual Christmas Concert. We can’t wait to share what we’ve put together or you.
Would you like to advertise your business for a very reasonable cost?
Cornwall Symphony Chorus is offering you the opportunity to promote yourself in our three Concert Programmes this year:
Saturday 6th July at St Marys Church, Penzance
Saturday 3rd August at St Michaels Church, Newquay &
Saturday 7th December at Truro Methodist Church
Our programmes are A5 size and adverts cost the following:
Full Page – £50 Half Page – £25
Discounted price for an advert in all three Concert programmes is:
3 x Full Pages: £135 3 x Half Pages: £68
If interested, please contact me by email (no later than 1st June) on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 01872 322420
We have an open rehearsal on Sunday 12th May. We would love to see anyone who’s interested there.
The members of Cornwall Symphony Chorus are extremely delighted that Michael Galsworthy has graciously agreed to be our new President.
Cornwall Symphony Chorus has been known to Michael Galsworthy for many years and, when our Chairman, Dr Charles Moon enquired as to how willing he was to fill the President’s role, he said that he felt that it was an honour to be asked and to follow in Lady Mary Holborow’s footsteps. He added that he thought our singing was brilliant and the sound most uplifting.
It may already be known that our Musical Director, Alastair Taylor and Michael Galsworthy have also known each other for some years and he confirmed that Alastair is well qualified and highly competent.
All in all we think that Michael Galsworthy will be quite proactive as President and we look forward to working with him in the future.
That comment, as well as many other similar sentiments, were made following the extremely successful Christmas concert. Yet again, the concert was a sellout and the evening was well received by everyone.
The Saxy Maids, CSC’s talented guests for the evening, performed a selection of wonderful seasonal tunes and our compete, Bruce Taylor, entertained us with his unique and witty comments. A retiring collection was taken for Merlin MS and in excess of £600 was donated by a very generous audience.
CSC’s Christmas concert is always successful but this one seemed to really touch everyone. It was, perhaps, the programme, but we like to think it was probably due to the commitment, hard work and talent plus the guiding hand of our Musical Director; Alastair Taylor.
Whatever the reason, 2019 promises to be an exciting year for Cornwall Symphony Chorus with more of the same.
What an amazingly wonderful event! The long awaited celebratory Concert with our two Vice Presidents; Alan Opie and John Treleaven was an unprecedented success with everyone; Chorus, Soloists, Accompanists and audience greatly enjoying the evening.
Held in such superb surroundings, the sound of the Chorus was amazing, reaching right to the back of the Cathedral for all to appreciate. As expected, our soloists delighted us with their individual performances but stepped it up to the next level with their duets, especially the well-known “Pearl Fishers Duet” which produced a tear or two from some audience members.
Well done to everyone involved – all the hard work paid off.
If you were unable to join us for this Concert, don’t worry. We are now in rehearsals for our renowned Christmas Concert which will be held on December 1st at Truro Methodist Church. Continue watching this space for details regarding ticket sales!
The most important Concert of 2018 is our long awaited event at Truro Cathedral; ‘Voices in Harmony – A Musical Celebration’.
As the title suggests, this Concert is a celebration of Cornwall Symphony Chorus’ 10 years of singing and performing together. It has also been made extra special by our two Vice Presidents, John Treleaven and Alan Opie, who have enthusiastically agreed to join us for this commemorative occasion.
They last sung together 35 years ago and, as Cornish lads, they are just as excited about performing together again, as we are to have them both joining us here in Cornwall for this significant event.
Do not miss this unique opportunity as this truly promises to be a musical celebration of ‘Voices in Harmony’.
Tickets can be purchased at The Hall for Cornwall – go to www.hallforcornwall.co.uk for further details.