Welcome to the Larkhill Choral Society website.
***The choir will restart rehearsals on the 4th of September 2018. If you are interested in joining us feel free to leave us your details, filling up the form on the Contact Us page. See you soon and have a lovely summer!
♫ Watch/Listen to the Larkhill A Cappella Ensemble (members of the Larkhill Choral Society) singing Barbershop carols (performed on Christmas Concert 2017). The group will be singing again on our next Christmas concert.
(*To watch the four clips below: Silent Night, Let it Snow, I wonder What You're Doing for Christmas, It's beginning to look Like Christmas click on the videos below the main screen). Enjoy!
Next Event: Saturday 8 December 2018 – 7.30 pm
Location: The Garrison Church of Saint Alban the Martyr, Larkhill SP4 8NA (see map)
The Larkhill Choral Society presents Navidad Nuestra, the glourious Christmassy S. American Mass by Ariel Ramirez, accompanied by S. American percussion, guitar, accordion, piano and double bass. On the second half of the concert choir and audience carols, featuring the Larkhill A Capella Ensemble with Jazzy arrangments. Join us to a lovely evening!
Sarit Aloni. conductor; Simon Sheffield, classical guitar; the Larkhill a cappella ensemble
More details TBA
Special Thanks - Sponsors
We owe our thanks to Wiltshire Council, through the Amesbury Area Board, for their generous grant to us in the summer of 2016. This enabled us to purchase our own Yamaha keyboard and accessories and also to upgrade and develop our sound system. This equipment has been a great asset in both our summer and Christmas concerts as well as in rehearsal sessions. Much appreciated!
"We meet the Larkhill Choral Society, who are on the lookout for new singers".
Listen to the BBC Wiltshire Radio on the Marie Lennon's show, broadcasting an interview with the Larkhill Choral Society (15 June 2016). Listen ♫
LARKHILL Choral Society performed Autumn and Winter of The Seasons by Haydn just before Christmas at the Larkhill Regimental Church.
It was so good it made me go home and buy a CD...All this was suggested by the Stella Quartet - quite an achievement from four stringed instruments and a harpsichord. Mists and metaphors fitted the Salisbury Plain music – making exactly in this winter concert. There were great risks and great rewards for both audience and performers on this extraordinary night in December.
Valley News January 2015