* PCS members! Participation in this day is free for PCS members BUT you will need to register for this event so we can plan accordingly for numbers and voice part distribution!

Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQHaF2VmXbbsLf9aU0WtsgJ5LA25xYHkkWa4pFoXfTlFVz1A/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1


Following up on our success of last year, we are hosting another singing day of Fauré’s Requiem, led by Zach.


Accompaniment will be by Andy and we will be joined by two professional soloists.

This year we will host the day on Saturday, June 22.
The day will start with check-in at 9:30 am, and singing will be as of 10:00 am. The workshop will be all day from 10 am – 5 pm with mid-morning & afternoon breaks, and one for lunch. Coffee/tea/ water and light snacks will be provided for the breaks but please bring your own packed lunch.

Singing sessions throughout the day will end in a concert in the magnificent setting of the American Cathedral at 6 pm.

Workshop places are limited so you will need to register early to avoid disappointment!


Faure score



We’ll sing from the Oxford Fauré Requiem score (pictured here),





but for those who do not wish to purchase one here is an out-of-copyright score (click to download) with the same measure numbers.
Whether you know the work well or are singing it for the first time, this is a wonderful opportunity to develop your singing skills, learn more about the Requiem, enjoy meeting other singers and experience the pleasure of singing in a large choir. A range of experience and ability is welcome, but you will need to be able to read music.

Audio practice files (click here) to learn the notes before the workshop are here.

No special concert dress required for the singers.

Although audience entrance to the concert is free, they will be asked to make a donation. We will be advertising the concert in many of our usual publicity locations and make sure to tell your friends about the concert too!

Please contact us if you have any questions.




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