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FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Saturday 10th and

Sunday 11th February 2024

Services in Bath Abbey

Saturday Evensong 5.00pm

Responses - Lawson

Psalm 24

Murrill in E

Bainton - And I saw a new heaven

Sunday Eucharist  11.30am

Mass - Vierne

Duruflé - Notre Père

Sunday Evensong 3.30pm

Responses Lawson

Psalm 2

Brewer in D

Stainer - I saw the Lord

Saturday 2nd March, 2024

'Lamentation'

St. Martin's Church, Salisbury

7.30pm

For details click here

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Saturday 8th June, 2024

A concert with Sarum Six

The Italianate Church, Wilton

7.30pm

Enjoy our performance of Stille Nacht from last year's Christmas concert

NEW RECORDINGS

Earlier this year we spent a day with the wonderful Barbican Brass. Below are two of the recordings we made with them.

We thank Leslie and Susan Baker and Chris Littlemore for their generous help in making these recordings possible.  

Piano - Alastair Watson

Recording by Andrew Post

GaudeteArtist Name
00:00 / 02:24
Jingle BellsArranged by Philip lawson
00:00 / 02:36

"The Farrant Singers, based in Salisbury, are widely recognised as one of the most articulate and eloquent chamber ensembles in England." (Review in The Church Times 20 June 2022)

 

"If, next Christmas, you are looking for an experience to get you in the Christmas spirit then I recommend The Farrant Singers' annual Christmas concert in the lovely setting of St. Martin's Church...............So, when you write your Christmas list next year, I suggest that you put 'Tickets for the Farrant Singers' Christmas Concert' at the top." (Salisbury BID)

 

"The Farrants’ go-ahead new regime looks to be a winner." (Church Times)

"The Brahms concert was superlative... The choir sang with great commitment, passion and sensitivity." (a Farrant Patron)

"As a choir they go from strength to strength and Salisbury is lucky to have them." (Salisbury Journal)

"The Farrant Singers are fast becoming one of Salisbury’s best choirs. If you haven’t heard them yet, you should definitely get to their next concert." (Salisbury Journal)

"From the first trump of the inimitable Parry, via the stunningly beautiful Victoria and the effortlessly scaled heights of the Allegri, to the triumphant Vaughan Williams, it was a complete delight from start to finish." (Audience member)

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For information on musical events in Salisbury please click on the link below.

http://www.musicinsalisbury.org.uk/

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