Petersfield Musical Festival
Musical and other Activities in W.Sussex and elsewhere MMS is affiliated to Making Music, the national federation of music societies. Details of music groups, concerts etc. can be found on the Making Music website: www.makingmusic.org.uk Local concerts may be listed by Sussex Concerts: www.sussexconcerts.org.uk Information and news about choral activities countrywide can be found at www.choralsociety.org.uk A WebMag for passionate singers. For help with music, learning parts, or choral CDs, go to www.choraline.com West Sussex Music A new Trust caring for musical education. www.westsussexmusic.co.uk Southern Early Music Forum A wide range of activities for Early Music enthusiasts in Southern England. www.semf.org.uk
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Our weekly practices are on Monday evenings at 7.30 for 7.45pm in the Methodist Church Hall, North Street. We will welcome new members to join us for our new session, beginning on 3rd. September. Dates of other practices will be announced here and on our Facebook page soon. We are now preparing for the Petersfield Musical Festival, 2019, when we will be joining other local choirs to sing “The Canterbury Pilgrims” by George Dyson. The first joint rehearsal will be at 10.0 am on Saturday November 10th at Petersfield Methodist Church.
AUTUMN SESSION - 2018
8th October ll p22 Cue14 - end 15th October p55 Begining - Cue 38 lV opening chorus and ending 29th October Vl Cue 38 - end 5th November Revise all of l, ll, and lV ready for first combined rehearsal on Saturday 10th November 12th November lX Shipman Cue 61 - 62 Vll p72 Cue 49 - end 19th November lX Cue 63 - 64 Vl Complete
Rehearsal Schedule
Join us on Monday evenings to enjoy this unusual and infrequently-heard work. Learn all about famous Chaucerian characters, such as the Knight, the Nun, the Merchant and the Innkeeper from the Tabard Inn, Southwark as they set off for their pilgrimage to the shrine of St. Thomas at Canterbury in 1387.