The Constanza Chorus is performing a Christmas concert in London’s, St Sepulchre’s-without-Newgate, to help raise money for children and young people with cancer.
The Constanza Chorus, a 130-strong, London based choir, was formed by young conductor and singer, Joanna Bywater, her mother Libby Tomlinson and family friend Les Williams.
The choir has always been active in raising money for charity and has chosen to support CLIC Sargent as their charity for 2012.
On the evening of the concert, the Constanza Chorus will be singing Mozart’s Vespers and a selection carols all in the wonderful, candle-lit settings of London’s largest parish church.
The concert will also see the launch of the new Constanza CD, ‘Christmas in the City’ which will be on sale priced £10. A substantial proportion of money from sales of the CD will then be donated to CLIC Sargent.
‘Christmas in the City’, was recorded at St Mary-at-Hill Church in London by Charles Tomlinson, Joanna's brother, and comprises a ravishing mix of well-known and more unusual Christmas choral music.
The choir work with top professional orchestral players, the Constanza Consort, and soloists who are hand-picked by Joanna and husband Scott Bywater, one of the UK's finest timpanists. Recent concerts with an orchestra include Verdi's "Requiem" and Handel's "Messiah".
Buy the CD
Please visit the Constanza Chorus website to buy the album, ‘Christmas in the City’, either as a physical or digital package.
To book tickets for the Constanza Concert, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concert from 6pm until 7pm.
Tickets cost £10 for adults, and children are free but do need a ticket.