As part of the tercentenary celebrations of Kendal Unitarian Chapel we present a fascinating programme of music connected to famous people you didn’t know were Unitarians!
William Wordsworth is key to this concert: we feature words by him, music he might have heard, music inspired by him – several compositions being unique to SCS.
To our faithful Staveley audience and friends, we bring our local lad’s birthday festivities, a second night of the wonderful Wordsworth celebration music. Catch it here if you didn’t at the Jetty!
A Christmas compilation of carols punctuating a dramatic rendition of the eponymous poem by Carol Ann Duffy. If you’ve been to one of previous concerts under the baton of Wendy Randall you’ll know how these fun, festive, creative, thrilling occasions roll!
Currently Wendy Randall is Musical Director, and David Battersby our Pianist.
Wendy’s background is in Art, Music and Education, so she is well qualified to teach music to all ages and put together diverse and interesting concerts.
David has more letters after his name than some alphabets, having studied in London with illustrious musicians such as Martino Tirimo, … and … He rises to every challenge with ease and cheerfulness, accompanying sensitively, and performing as soloist with panache and élan. We love him!
"A local choir with strength in depth!"
I love Staveley Choral Society because you can see how beautiful music is.
I find that singers are only well trained in music these days.