Monday 3rd April 2017 – 7.30pm
Music for Passiontide – Christchurch, Wellington
A short, contemplative programme featuring Allegri’s Miserere and Karl Jenkins’ Requiem. The choir will be accompanied by a small orchestra.

Sunday 27th November 2016 – 3pm
Advent Service at St. Peter’s Church, Edgmond

Sunday 18th December 2016 – 3pm
Lessons and Carols Service at Christ Church, Wellington

Monday 19th December 2016 – 7.30pm
An evening of Christmas Music at Christ Church, Wellington

December 2015

New College Chorale at Advent
Sunday 20 December – 3pm
Christ Church, Wellington

The programme takes the traditional form of nine lessons and carols.

This is an unticketed, free event.

New College Chorale Christmas Concert
Monday 21 December – 7.30pm
Centenary Theatre of Wrekin College

Join New College Chorale for our main Christmas concert. ‘Gaudete’ to ‘White Christmas’, from Vivaldi to ‘Mary’s Boy Child’ as well as the first performance outside London of ‘Mr Lear’, an entertainment by Alan Bullard for choir, brass quintet and narrators, based on the nonsense verse of Edward Lear. Tickets (£8 adult/Under 12s free) can be obtained by phoning 01952 242617. The ticket includes interval refreshments.

New College Chorale with Adrian Spillett and Orchestra of the Severn
Saturday 10 May 2014 – 7.30pm
Shrewsbury Abbey

Programme
The major concert of the Chorale’s year took place on May 10th 2014 at Shrewsbury Abbey, where the choir has performed several times previously to great acclaim. The Chorale was accompanied by the Orchestra of the Severn and the guest soloist was Shrewsbury –born Adrian Spillett, winner of the BBC Young Musician Competition in 1998 and recently appointed Principal Percussionist with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Adrian performed the Concerto for Marimba and string orchestra by Brazilian composer, Ney Rosauro, whose unique style of writing combines charming melodies with catchy rhythms and which uses the rich elements of Brazilian folk music to enchanting effect.

The Chorale sang two major works in the concert – Vaughan Williams’s ‘Toward the unknown Region’ and the latest Karl Jenkins choral work, ‘The Peacemakers’, a setting of words of peace from such iconic figures as Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, and Mother Teresa. The concert began with the popular ‘Montagues and Capulets’ movement from Prokofiev’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’.

December 2013

New College Chorale at Advent
Sunday 01 December – 7.30pm
Christ Church, Wellington

Programme
This took the traditional form of nine lessons and carols and will include choral music by Purcell, Vaughan Williams, Herbert Howells, Stanford and Bach.

Tickets
This was an unticketed, free event.

May 2013

New College Chorale Spring Concert
Saturday 18 May – 7.30pm
Christ Church, Wellington

Programme
Vaughan Williams  –  Let all the world in every corner sing
Peter Hurford – Litany to the Holy Spirit
Palestrina  –  Sicut cervus
Monteverdi  –  Beatus vir
John Rutter  –  Requiem

Performers
Choir – New College Chorale
Conductor  – Bob Wysome

December 2012

Christmas Concert with Chamber Orchestra of the Severn
Saturday 22 December – 7.30pm
All Saints Church, Wellington

Programme
The first half includes music by John Rutter, Peter Warlock, Malcolm Archer and Rachmaninov as well as instrumental works by Handel and Vivaldi. The second half features excerpts from Handel’s Messiah.

Performers
Choir – New College Chorale
Orchestra – Chamber Orchestra of the Severn
Conductor and organ soloist – Bob Wysome
Violin – Peter Lewis
Soprano – Christine Hollis
Tenor – Chris Lansley
Bass – Ken Francis

April

New College Chorale presents Music for Passiontide
Monday 2nd April 2012 – 7pm
Christ Church, Wellington
Admission free

May

New College Chorale with the Shropshire Youth Orchestra
Saturday 19th May 2012 – 7.30pm
Shrewsbury Abbey

Programme
Jenkins: Stabat Mater
Allegri: Miserere
Mussorgsky: Night on a Bare Mountain
Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet
Grieg: The Last Spring

Performers
New College Chorale
Shropshire Youth Orchestra
Martha McClorinan – mezzo soprano
Robert Wysome – conductor
Alan Atkin – conductor