Sing Joyfully!

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Sing Joyfully!

Uplifting music from Byrd to Whitacre

By Whitehall Choir

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Thu, 29 Jun 2023 19:30 - 21:30 BST


St Peter's Church, Eaton Square 119 Eaton Square London SW1W 9AL United Kingdom

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  • 2 hours
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Join the Whitehall Choir for an uplifting programme of choral music featuring texts about singing, joy and the celebration of the arrival of summer! The concert includes popular works such as William Byrd’s Sing Joyfully, Eric Whitacre’s I Thank You God and Gerald Finzi’s My Spirit Sang All Day. Alongside these pieces we feature some less-known pieces such as Cecilia McDowall’s Psalm 65, Reena Esmail’s TaReKiTa and William Mathias’ O Clap Your Hands.

Do join us for a complimentary glass of wine after the concert to celebrate the end of our season!

Whitehall Choir, under its dynamic Music Director Joanna Tomlinson, is one of London’s leading amateur choirs.

Joanna Tomlinson is also Principal Conductor of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain Girls’ Choir and Artistic Director of Constanza Chorus. Recent engagements include conducting Bach’s Mass in B minor at Cadogan Hall with Constanza Chorus and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

Ian Tindale, accompanist of Whitehall Choir, was awarded the Pianist’s Prize at the Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation Song Competition in 2017. Recent engagements include song recitals across Europe and the UK, including performances at the Leeds Lieder and Ryedale Festivals, and frequent appearances as a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Whitehall Choir

The Whitehall Choir is one of Londonʼs leading amateur choirs. It has a varied repertoire including challenging unaccompanied pieces as well as larger choral works, and presents rarely performed pieces alongside favourite classics. The choir is always looking for talented singers (particularly tenors at the moment).

Further information about how to join the choir is available at