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Spring Season 2014

Concert Feedback for Audience Members
22nd March 2014, Douai Abbey, Woolhampton

We hope you enjoyed our concert as much as we did rehearsing and performing the work. We perform interesting works and strive always to sing to the highest standards. We value audience feedback and would very much like to hear from you.

The programme


Sacred Music through the Ages: A Guided Tour

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Candy on :

The concert was amazing and more than the harmonies or instruments being played, the words, the history and the passion behind the works meant a lot to me and I felt it. This was like listening to Classic FM but live!
Well done to you all. It was absolute quality to the ears and warm delight to the heart.

Gayle Ashby on :

I loved the music in the concert – it must have been difficult to choose the pieces but they all worked well.
The choir were in fine voice, as usual, and the balance of the parts were good.
The Parry was sublime – a beautifully sung piece enhanced by the setting of Douai.
Janet was outstanding, especially in the Howells piece.

There were a few minor things that would have enhanced the concert:-
1. The microphone should have been a bit louder (it was just about audible from the back).
2. The string quartet were very good, but did not have any applause at the end of the concert – they also didn’t have a mention of their background in the programme.

Thank you to Cathal for speaking slower after the interval, it made a lot of difference!

Matthew Evans on :

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