Jubilate Summer 2021 - performing in an Oxfordshire garden
We are into our second year now of remote or, at best, socially-distanced rehearsals, but for the past few weeks we have been able to sing in a beautiful Oxfordshire garden, thanks to the generosity of one of our members. This is Peter Street's sketch of our summer concert of songs and madrigals, which was performed on a balmy summer evening to an invited audience. We were joined by the cooing of doves, the vibrant song of the blackbird, and the tolling (almost on key) of the church bell.
We all look forward to returning to full rehearsals and our planned programme of concerts and are nevertheless proud of the work we have done over the last year. Click below to hear some of the fruits of our remote rehearsals.
We will update this website with details of future concerts as soon as the situation becomes clearer and we find ourselves able to rehearse together and to perform in safe and accessible venues. We have every hope that we will be rehearsing as usual in the autumn and performing David Bednall's Welcome all Wonders on 10th December in the chapel of Keble College, Oxford.