Tag Archives: East Malling Singers

Special Review

Special Review by Stuart Millson of Handel’s Messiah, at the Church of St. James the Great, East Malling, Kent The Bach B minor Mass, Haydn’s The Creation and Handel’s Messiah are probably the best-known choral works of the 18th century: towering … Continue reading

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Endnotes, November 2022

Endnotes, November 2022 In this edition: Haydn from Kent: a fanfare from America, reviewed by Stuart Millson The East Malling Singers, conductor, Ciara Considine, performed Haydn’s Nelson Mass to warm applause last month, in the fine acoustic of their village … Continue reading

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Endnotes Extra

Endnotes Extra by Stuart Millson 50 Years of the East Malling Singers One of Southern England’s most ambitious amateur choral societies celebrated its half-century, with a concert on Saturday 9th July of mainly British choral-orchestral music – a programme which … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, May 2022

Endnotes, May 2022 In this edition: Wagner and Brahms from Kent,  Bach Piano Concertos from the Piccadilly Sinfonietta, reviewed by Stuart Millson Ralph Vaughan Williams memorably described Britain’s musical life as a pyramid. At its apex, stand the performers of … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, November 2019

Endnotes, November 2019: in this edition, Mozart at a mediaeval church in Kent – and Six Flute Sonatas by Bach, on the OUR label, reviewed by Stuart Millson Vaughan Williams once likened musical life to a great pyramid. At the … Continue reading

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