We are aiming to make this a fun and musically enjoyable day out for both singers and non singers, with the opportunity to support a very worthwhile cause. Don’t forget, the price of your ticket is already going to our seven Hampshire Hospices.
The following is the current programme for the day but please revisit this page just before October 12th to check for any last minute changes, and please print a copy to bring with you on 12th October.
Download a printable copy here
Doors Open. Please follow the signs for the best entry door for your voice part. We need to get all singers seated by the start of the rehearsal at 2.00pm. Yellow sashed VfHers will be there to help you. If you need special assistance, please make yourself known to a VfHer. Remember, the tallest singers at the back of each section, and be prepared to move seats if the conductor can not see you, or you him!
“Elijah” Rehearsal. There will be a short 15minute break in the rehearsal where you may visit each Hospice stand and discover more about the wonderful work they do for those with life limiting and end of life illnesses.
The Hospices will also have various goods for sale. All proceeds will go directly to individual Hospices.
There are many restaurants and hostelries in the vicinity of the Cathedral
Doors open for singers and audience. VfHers will again be available to assist to seats.
An Introduction by The Dean, The Very Reverend Catherine Ogle
A Personal Reflection
Lighting of Hospice Candle
Hospice Poem led by The Dean
PERFORMANCE of excerpts from
Soloists: Thomas Allen as Elijah
Helen Bailey, Jennifer Shell Sopranos.
Fiona MacKay Alto, Conor Breen Tenor
William Holmes (boy treble)
Conductor John Sutton
The VfH Sinfonia
Thank you for your participation and support and GOOD LUCK with your own Voices for Hospices singing events in the future!
Please contact us via the website to let us know how you fared!