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Event: Our Summer Concert 2016

Sunday 26th June 2016 at 7:30pm, St Alban's Parish Church, North Harrow HA2 7PF

We are delighted to be returning to St Alban's Parish Church, North Harrow for our Summer Concert his year.  Harrow Choral Society was actually founded by members of St Alban's Parish Church in 1937 and the adjacent Church Hall is our regular Monday evening rehearsal venue - so it's always a great pleasure to be performing in what is very much our 'spiritual home'! 

As usual, our Summer Concert is a slightly lighter programme than others that we perform during the year and this year will include: Songs of the Fleet by Stanford; Five Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams; The Sprig of Thyme by John Rutter; O Sacrum Convivium by Thomas Tallis 

To view and download the concert poster, please click here.

 

 

 




Performers

  • Julien Van Mellaerts

    Baritone
    New Zealand baritone, Julien Van Mellaerts, is in his first year of the RCM International Opera School studying with Dinah Harris as a Fishmongers’ Company Scholar supported by a Toeman Weinberger Award. Before moving to London, to study at the Royal College of Music, Julien studied music and languages at the University of Otago, NZ. Julien has appeared in recital at the Oxford Lieder Festival, London Song Festival, Ryedale Festival, St Martin’s-in-the-Fields, the premiere of a song cycle by Lewis Murphy at New Zealand House, and recently Schubert's Die Winterreise with Roger Vignoles. Recent roles include: Gabriel von Eisenstein, Die Fledermaus, Mr Gedge, Albert Herring, Monsù Traversen, La Gazzetta (RCMIOS); Danilo, The Merry Widow (Ryedale Festival); Aeneas, Dido and Aeneas(Cheltenham Bach Choir). This summer Julien will perform the role of Schaunard in La Bohème for Opera Holland Park, as a Christine Collins Young Artist. Next month Julien will perform in recital at Cadogan Hall, Kensington Palace and Southwark Cathedral. Recently Julien has won the 2016 Brooks-Van Der Pump English Song Competition, was a finalist in the 2016 Oxford Lieder Festival Young Artist Competition and won the 2015 Maureen Lehane Vocal Awards at the Wigmore Hall. He is grateful for the continued support of the Hunn Trust, John Wates, the Josephine Baker Trust, and the Peace and Prosperity Trust, with whom he is also a young artist.



Booking information

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