Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon: John Rutter Come & Sing Day 2017 Brecon

John Rutter invites you to sing a mixture of choral music old and new, familiar and unfamiliar, with some of his own works included and a few surprises! Enthusiastic singers of all levels are welcome to this hugely enjoyable day, organised by the Brecon Singers.

John Rutter's compositional career has embraced both large and small-scale choral works, orchestral and instrumental pieces, a piano concerto, two children’s operas, music for television, and specialist writing for such groups as the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and the King’s Singers.

His larger choral works, Gloria (1974), Requiem (1985), Magnificat (1990), Psalmfest (1993) and Mass of the Children (2003) have been performed many times in Britain, North America, and a growing number of other countries.

He co-edited four volumes in the Carols for Choirs series with Sir David Willcocks, and, more recently, has edited the first two volumes in the new Oxford Choral Classics series, Opera Choruses (1995) and European Sacred Music (1996).

He has guest-conducted or lectured at many concert halls, universities, churches, music festivals, and conferences in Europe, Africa, North and Central America and Australasia.

The accompanist for the day is Colin Hunt who is an experienced Musical Director and Accompanist.

The day is hosted by the Brecon Singers and this event will take place in the Theatr Brycheiniog, Canal Wharf in Brecon. 

All voices are welcome and tickets can only be booked by completing the registration form and sending it in with your payment.  You will then be sent a ticket. This is strictly a ticket only event.

Singers are advised to make their own arrangements for lunch.  Theatr Brycheiniog has a restaurant and there are many other places to eat in the nearby area.

Tea and coffee will be available at lunch and during the afternoon break.

Wheelchair access is available,

There will also be the opportunity to purchase copies of the music performed on the day together with a collection of John Rutter CD’s. If you might wish to buy music, please bring cash or cheques (sorry – no credit cards). 

Parking is available in the museum carpark and local town centre carparks.

Doors will open at 9:30 am for registration with a prompt 11am start for the event. The event finishes at 4.45pm and music collection will start.

For enquiries, please ring Yolande on 07739 260605 or email rutterday17@gmail.com.

Price: £20 per singer. To register please click here.