10th November, 2019
2.30pm – 3.00pm
St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance
Free, no admission ticket required
In Flanders Fields: Bromley Boy Singers Concert
The Bromley Boy Singers will be performing in St George’s RAF Chapel at 2.30pm
…just back from a tour of Belgium, the well-renowned choir perform
Music celebrating LIFE and LIVING – learning from and reﬂecting on the past as well as looking to the future.
The programme is made up from selections from the following music:
Bob Chilcott: This Day Flanders Fields ( J. Jacobson/R. Emerson/ McCrae)
Always Remember (I. Jeﬀerson)
Three Hungarian Folk Songs (Arr. M.Seiber)
The Turtle Dove (R. Vaughan-Williams)
Shenandoah (Arr. O. Tarney)
For the Beauty of the Earth (John Rutter)
Irish Blessing (Bob Chilcott)
Leave No Song Unsung (L. Spevacek)
Danny Boy (arr. L. Spevacek)
The Rose (A. McBroom, arr. A. Humphreys)
Traditional Songs from The British Isles & more…
The BROMLEY BOY SINGERS was founded in 1977 and enjoys a reputation for high quality musical education and performances under the leadership of musical director Travis Baker (Head of Voice at Millennium College, Teacher at Westminster Abbey Choir School and at Glyndebourne). The choir has performed in Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Centre, St Martin-inthe-Fields, in Canterbury and Southwark cathedrals. Recent tours have taken them to Paris where in 2017 they were invited to sing at Notre Dame Cathedral and Cornwall where in 2015 they won the prestigious John Langdon Award for Youth Choirs. They have recently performed with Dame Emma Kirkby and Bob Chilcott.
The concert is free with donations to the museum charity and the poppy appeal.