Welcome to the The Hill Singers website.


We are a well-established chamber choir, consisting of around 25 mixed voices, which is part of the vibrant musical life of Merton. We hope the information on our website will encourage you to come and see us perform or consider joining us.


Hillsingers

Updates, News & Future Events



Tuesday 20 September 2016


Come & Sing!
An invitation to potential new members to sing through some of the music we feature in our December concert. Perhaps you used to sing in a choir or have just moved into the area; maybe you want to find out what’s involved in singing in a choir. We start at 7.30 and you will be very welcome.





Saturday 3 December 2016


A Box of Delights
The seasonal offerings which emerge from the box are guaranteed to delight you, from renaissance gems to contemporary classics. Last year, we invited Southmead Primary School choir to delight us with their performance of ‘We’re Walking in the Air’ and we’re pleased they will be joining us again. As ever, there will be carols for audience and choir and free mince pies at the interval to start your Christmas season.





Saturday 25 March 2017


War & Peace
As commemorations of World War 1 continue, we travel further back to the end of the eighteenth century, to perform Haydn’s ‘Mass in the Time of War’. We also feature the moving spirituals from Tippett’s oratorio ‘A Child of our Time’, composed between 1939 and 1941.





Saturday 17 June 2017


Colours
The theme of our final concert of the season set us the challenge of finding colours in song titles/content or in the names of composers. So here are some of the titles we hope to feature; ‘The Silver Swan’, ‘ Greensleeves’, ‘The Blue Bird’, ‘Fields of Gold’ and music written by Vivaldi. the Red Priest.






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Next Event


Come & Sing!
Tuesday 20 September 2016


7.30pm at The Lantern, Raynes Park Methodist Church, entrance in Tolverne Road SW20. This is close to Raynes Park railway station and is on the 57 bus route.