Trinity Singers to perform challenging music
A GROUP of singers and musicians from Churchill will perform one of the hardest pieces of music ever written on March 29.
A GROUP of singers and musicians from Churchill will perform 'one of the hardest pieces of music ever written' on March 29.
The Trinity Singers will be joined by members of the senior choir from Churchill Community School for a concert where they will perform J.S.Bach's Magnificat.
Musical director, Jeremy Martin, said: "This is a very complicated bit of music. There are five different singing parts, as well as the orchestra, which plays at a completely different rhythm to the choir.
"This is definitely one of the hardest pieces of music ever written."
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The orchestra for the evening will be made up of musicians from Churchill and the surrounding villages and it has been named The Trinity Players.
The concert, which will be held at St Andrews Church in Congresbury, will include a performance of the less well-known Magnificat by C.P.E Bach, which Jeremy said is slightly easier.
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Zoe Maitland, Alice Murray and Sarah Joskey will sing solo parts in the concert, which starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £7.50-10, will be available on the door. For more details visit www.trinitysingers.co.uk