Cavatina Singers


LATEST NEWS : September 2022 - Thinking about joining a choir??

Open Jazz Day

Come and Sing 2 great Jazz Choral Works

Jazz Missa Brevis: Ian Lawson

Little Jazz Mass: Bob Chilcott

Musical Director - Alex Thacker

At the Piano - David Butler

Saturday 17th September 2022 - All Saint's Church, Victoria Square, Penarth

Open Rehearsal at 2:00pm

Refreshments at 4:00pm

Performance at 5:00pm.

No Charge - Music Provided

Interested in joining us?

About the Choir

Photo: Sue Mildinhall

A friendly well established four-part SATB choir (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass) with up to 25 members singing in Penarth for 30+ years. Currently under the direction of a dynamic and supportive Musical Director, Alex Thacker, accompanied by the talented David Butler.

Throughout the year the choir would normally perform themed concerts, with music drawn from a range of traditional and contemporary composers, as well as a few popular songs.

We normally celebrate Christmas at a number of venues with carols from the 100 Carols for Choirs along with other contemporary seasonal music.

During the Summer of 2020 the choir took part in a virtual performance of a piece written by local composer Ian Lawson . This was used by Making Music as part of their virtual concert series initiative . Kyrie from Jazz Missa Brevis by Ian Lawson

Our Summer 'Cream Tea' concert in June 2019 celebrated French music, including Les Miserable favourites and a wonderful selection of solo items from our guest Soprano, Camille Chappuis, a Swiss/French student from the Welsh College of Music . This event is always popular with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for all to enjoy, back in 2023.

Some musical experience would be an advantage, although it is not essential. As a member of the choir you will have access to support material and a welcoming group of people who just love singing.

Cavatina Singers rehearsals are every Tuesday from 7:30pm at Penarth Tabernacle Church .

Soprano, Alto, Tenor or Bass? Click here to find your voice range .

Photos: Ian Lawson

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