The Occam Singers is a chamber choir based in Guildford that enjoys a reputation for high-calibre music making which reflects our love of choral singing, music and friendship.

Summer Soirée

400 Years of Secular Part-Songs
with Lute and Theorbo

Saturday 8th June 2019, 7.30pm

Pre-concert talk, 6.30pm

Cranmore School Hall, Epsom Road, West Horsley, KT24 6AT. Please use KT24 6AU for SatNav.

Tickets £15 on the door, pre-booked £12.50 (Students £7)

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Tickets are also available at: Record Corner, Godalming (01483 422006); Guildford Tourist Information Centre, 155 High St (01483 444333); The Occam Singers (01252 783977).

An evening of light choral music from across Europe, from the early 16th century to the present day; perfect for a summer evening.

The programme will include many of the most-loved English madrigals by Morley, Gibbons and Weelkes as well as mini-masterpieces from Italy by Gabrieli and Monteverdi. The sequence will also include 19th century part-songs by Sullivan and Stanford, with works by Parry, Elgar, Delius and Vaughan Williams bringing us into the 20th century. These entertaining and varied vocal gems will be interspersed with short instrumental pieces for lute and theorbo.


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Throughout this year we are pleased to be supporting the work of the Meath Epilepsy Charity, Godalming. The Meath has supported people living with complex epilepsy and associated disabilities for over 125 years and is in the top 1% of care homes to receive an ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating. The Meath takes great pride in providing the best quality of life possible in a homely, yet highly professional environment. Residents are encouraged to fully embrace opportunities as members of their local community. The friendly staff teams assist residents to manage their epilepsy, gain valuable vocational and everyday life skills and to live fulfilled and healthy lives as independently as possible.

Meath Epilepsy Charity