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London Season 2016-2017


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Welcome

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London season dates

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Music of the Spheres

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Handel Messiah

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A Very English Christmas

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Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars

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Mozart Requiem

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Tenebrae Holy Week Festival

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Path of Miracles

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CD releases

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The Tenebrae Effect

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Tenebrae Associate Artists

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Support Us

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Contact Us

“THERE IS A HUNGER FOR WHAT THIS FINELY POLISHED GROUP HAS TO OFFER.” The New York Times


Tenebrae’s 2016-2017 London concert season

Christmas Festival, showcasing an all-English

is bursting with exciting performances and

programme of lesser-known gems and heart-

collaborations as we celebrate the choir’s

warming festive favourites.

fifteenth anniversary. Our recording releases mark two other In April 2017 we will be launching our inaugural

performances this year. We open our 2016-2017

Holy Week Festival in partnership with St John’s

season to launch our new recording, Music of the

Smith Square. This is a project which we have been

Spheres, a programme of glorious part songs from

working towards for many years, so I’m thrilled

the British Isles. I am also particularly excited to

that we are able to fulfil this ambition during our

be re-releasing one of my favourite works, Joby

anniversary season. Amongst other highlights,

Talbot’s Path of Miracles, which will be paired with

Tenebrae will be taking to the stage with the

a new commission by rising composer, Owain Park.

Aurora Orchestra in what it promises to be an inspirational week of music-making which I am

Alongside our London concerts, Tenebrae will be

greatly looking forward to.

performing throughout the UK and abroad. This is an exciting year for the choir and I look forward to

To mark the festive season we will be returning

welcoming you on the journey!

to Cadogan Hall for our annual performance of Handel’s Messiah with the English Chamber Orchestra and we are delighted to be collaborating with them again later in the season to perform Mozart’s Requiem. Elsewhere, we will be performing in the St John’s Smith Square 3


London Season 2016-2017 Celebrating 15 years of dramatic programming, flawless performances and unforgettable experiences

2016

2017

Saturday 1st October, 19:30

Sunday 29th January, 19:30

St John’s Smith Square

Landmark Arts Centre

Music of the Spheres

Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars

Sunday 4th December, 18:00

Thursday 9th February, 19:30

Cadogan Hall

Weston Hall, University of West London

Handel Messiah with English Chamber Orchestra

Ealing Music and Film Festival

Soloists: Grace Davidson, Sarah Connolly,

Mozart Requiem with English Chamber Orchestra

James Gilchrist, Christopher Purves Sunday 9th – Saturday 15th April Sunday 18th December, 19:00

St John’s Smith Square

St John’s Smith Square

Tenebrae Holy Week Festival

A Very English Christmas Friday 7th July, 19:45 St Bartholomew-the-Great Voices of London Festival Path of Miracles

“CHORAL MUSIC DOESN’T GET MORE MAGNIFICENT THAN THIS.” Classic FM


Saturday 1st October 2016, 19:30 St John’s Smith Square Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

MUSIC OF THE SPHERES

To celebrate the launch of the choir’s latest disc, Tenebrae brings

PROGRAMME:

you a century of the glories of part song ranging from exquisite miniatures about the natural world and human experience to

Holst The Evening-Watch

captivating masterpieces marrying text and song. Shakespeare,

Parry Songs of Farewell

Shelley, Byron, Tennyson and Milton are the inspiration of

Elgar Oh Wild West Wind Op. 53 No. 3

renowned composers such as Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Holst and

Murrill Two Shakespeare Songs

others; the programme being crowned with a performance of

Harvey Song of June

Parry’s evocative Songs of Farewell.

Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs

To make the most of the day, why not take part in a

Bob Chilcott Marriage to my Lady Poverty

workshop at St John’s Smith Square on the morning of

Judith Bingham The Drowned Lovers

the concert with Tenebrae singers and Nigel Short. For

Stanford The Bluebird

more information, please see page 14.

Bob Chilcott The Modern Man I Sing

Join Nigel Short and Bob Chilcott for a pre-concert

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interview led by James Bowman at 18:30 in

Nigel Short Artistic Director

the concert hall.

“OF THIS PROGRAMME’S TYPE, I CAN’T ENVISAGE HEARING ANYTHING BETTER.” BBC Music Magazine Tickets: Concert: £28, £22, £16, £10 (conc. 10%), Workshop & Concert: £40, £34, £28, £22 (conc. 10%), Box Office: 020 7222 1061, www.sjss.org.uk 5


Sunday 4th December 2016, 18:00 Cadogan Hall 5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ

HANDEL MESSIAH

From 1749 onwards Handel’s Messiah was performed at least

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once every year for the benefit of the Foundling Hospital.

English Chamber Orchestra

Charles Jennens, who selected the texts for the work, created a narrative telling the story of Christ’s Nativity, Passion,

Nigel Short Conductor

Resurrection and Ascension, prefaced by the voices of the

Grace Davidson Soprano

prophets and ending in triumphant fulfilment.

Sarah Connolly Mezzo-soprano James Gilchrist Tenor

Handel’s Messiah remains an ever-popular work that covers a vast range of emotions, from great tenderness and delicacy, to unbridled joy, to immense majesty and power. Join Tenebrae and a stunning line-up of soloists, accompanied by the English Chamber Orchestra, for the perfect start to your Christmas season. Purchase premium tickets to meet members of the choir and orchestra whilst enjoying an interval reception with festive refreshments.

“THE CHORAL SINGING FROM TENEBRAE IS JAW-DROPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL.” The Guardian Tickets: Premium tickets: £55 (2 for £100) with access to an exclusive interval reception, £35, £20, £10 Box Office: 020 7730 4500, www.cadoganhall.com 6

Christopher Purves Bass


Saturday 18th December 2016, 19:00 St John’s Smith Square Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

A VERY ENGLISH CHRISTMAS

Revel in the yuletide spirit with a wonderful selection of a

PROGRAMME TO INCLUDE:

cappella choral music which is a musical breath of fresh air at Christmas. This programme heralds the talents of brilliant

Ledger Adam Lay Ybounden

English composers, including arrangements by Jonathan

Simon Preston There Is No Rose

Rathbone and Simon Preston, alongside traditional carols and

Byrd O Magnum Mysterium

heart-warming festive favourites.

Pygott Quid petis, O fili? Jonathan Lane There Is No Rose

Join Nigel Short for a pre-concert interview led by

Warlock I Saw a Fair Maiden

Simon Carrington at 18:00 in the concert hall.

Vaughan Williams Wassail Song Gruber. arr. Jonathan Rathbone Silent Night Jonathan Rathbone The Oxen Holst In the Bleak Midwinter Bax I Sing of a Maiden Richard Lloyd Love Came Down at

“IT’S AN ASTUTE AMALGAM, WITH THE COMMON DENOMINATOR OF

Christmas Will Todd My Lord Has Come Trad. arr. Ian Humphris Twelve Days of

TENEBRAE’S SUPERB SINGING.”

Christmas

The Telegraph – Best Classical CDs for Christmas

Trad. arr. Ben Parry Jingle Bells

Trad. arr Nigel Short Away in a manger

Tenebrae Nigel Short Artistic Director

Tickets: Concert: £32, £26, £20, £12 (concessions 10% Box Office: 020 7222 1061, www.sjss.org.uk 7


Sunday 29th January 2017, 19:30 Landmark Arts Centre Ferry Road, Teddington, TW11 9NN

SUN, MOON, SEA AND STARS

Sun Moon, Sea and Stars is an international collection of original

PROGRAMME TO INCLUDE:

works and arrangements by Bob Chilcott and some of his most talented colleagues from the choral world. This wide-

Trad. arr. Bob Chilcott L’habitante de

ranging collection of choral settings encompasses archetypal

Saint-Barbe

English folk song, and new versions of French, Finnish and

Trad. arr. Bob Chilcott En la Macarenita

Japanese traditional melodies alongside classics from the

Bob Chilcott Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars

Great American Songbook, all packaged in the richest of styles,

Irving Berlin arr. Alexander L’Estrange

scorings and moods. Enter this world of choral song in all its

Cheek to Cheek

guises, and be enchanted by the virtuosity of the six singers of

Cole Porter arr. Alexander L’Estrange

Tenebrae Consort.

Night and Day Irving Berlin arr. Richard Rodney Bennett

“THIS MAY BE NEW REPERTOIRE FOR

Blue Skies

THE GROUP BUT IN MANY WAYS

Cry Me a River

IT’S CLASSIC TENEBRAE – FAULTLESS

Arthur Hamilton arr. Alexander L’Estrange Cole Porter arr. Alexander L’Estrange Begin the Beguine

TUNING, PERFECT BLEND, PURE

Jerome Kern arr. Bob Chilcott

SOPRANO SOUND...” Gramophone Magazine

George Gershwin arr. Bob Chilcott

Go Little Boat Fascinating Rhythm Tenebrae Consort Nigel Short Artistic Director

Tickets: £20 (concessions £15-£18) Box Office: 020 8977 7558 www.landmarkartscentre.org 8


Thursday 9th February 2017, 19:30 Ealing Music and Film Festival Weston Hall, St Mary’s Rd, London W5 5RF

MOZART REQUIEM

Mozart’s Requiem combines the composer’s studies of Bach

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and Handel which can be seen in the two great fugal choruses,

English Chamber Orchestra

with a theatrical element reminiscent of Don Giovanni which flourishes in the Dies Irae and Rex tremendae. Don’t miss this

Nigel Short Conductor

performance of one of classical music’s greatest requiems,

Katie Trethewey Soprano

accompanied by the tremendous English Chamber Orchestra

Martha McLorinan Mezzo-soprano

and featuring fantastic soloists.

Nicholas Madden Tenor Jimmy Holliday Bass

“TENEBRAE ARE SPECIAL. DIRECTED BY NIGEL SHORT, THESE WERE EXEMPLARY PERFORMANCES, LUCID, AND SO COMMANDING IT SEEMED AS IF SINGING PERFECTLY IN TUNE WAS THE MOST NATURAL THING IN THE WORLD.” The Guardian

Tickets: £20-£30 Box Office: 020 8566 0573 www.ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org 9


Sunday 9th – Saturday 15th April 2017 St John’s Smith Square Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

TENEBRAE HOLY WEEK FESTIVAL

Tenebrae launches its inaugural Holy Week Festival at St John’s Smith Square which, from Palm Sunday to Holy Saturday, will host workshops, lunchtime performances and evening concerts exploring a vast range of music in celebration of Holy Week. Alongside this there will be a sequence of the devotional Tenebrae settings and responses performed late at night on Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday by Tenebrae Consort which will be free for the public to attend. ‘Tenebrae’, meaning ‘shadows/darkness’ in Latin, is the name given to a series of religious services during Holy Week. The services are distinctive through their use of candles alongside readings and psalms which are either sung or recited. Candlelit services resonate with Tenebrae’s unique approach to performance, using candelabra wherever possible for dramatic effect, inspiring Nigel Short to curate this festival. The festival will welcome the BBC Singers, The Hanover Band, National Youth Chamber Choir, Polyphony, Voces8 and more, with the full line-up being announced on October 1st. Box Office: 020 7222 1061, www.sjss.org.uk


Sunday 9th April ,10:30 – 13:30

Wednesday 12th April – Friday 14th April, 22:00

The Tenebrae Effect – workshop with Nigel

Lauds and Matins by Candlelight: Victoria

Short and Tenebrae Associate Artists

Tenebrae Responsories and Gregorian Chant Tenebrae Consort Nigel Short Artistic Director

Tickets: £20 (concessions £14)

Tickets: Free

Wednesday 12th April, 19:30

Described as “devastingly beautiful” (Gramophone

Fauré Requiem

Magazine) and “simply mind-blowing” (The Scotsman),

Bach Partita No.2 in D minor

Tenebrae is delighted to be performing its

A selection of Bach Chorales

interpretation of Fauré’s Requiem with the exquisite Aurora Orchestra. The performance will be presented

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in true Tenebrae style: set by candlelight and making

Aurora Orchestra

full use of the performance space. Tenebrae and violinist Max Baillie will create an immersive audience

Nigel Short Conductor

experience in what promises to be an unmissable

Emma Walshe Soprano

event in the choir’s inaugural Holy Week Festival.

Stephen Kennedy Baritone Max Baillie Violin

Join Nigel Short and Ian Ritchie for a preconcert interview led by Richard Heason, Director of St John’s Smith Square, at 18:30

Tickets: £39, £29, £22, £14

in the concert hall.

Thursday 13th April, 19:00 Come and Sing Messiah Smith Square Voices Chartwell Sinfonia Richard Heason Conductor Bethany Partridge Soprano Tom Lilburn Countertenor James Robinson Tenor Hugo Herman-Wilson Bass Tickets: Concert £12 (concessions £8) Participants: £10 (concessions £5)

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Friday 7th July 2017, 19:45 Voices of London Festival St Bartholomew-the-Great, Cloth Fair, London EC1A 7JQ

PATH OF MIRACLES

To mark Tenebrae’s fifteenth anniversary the choir is

PROGRAMME :

re-releasing on CD its first major commission, Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles. Described as an “evocative odyssey” (The Times),

Owain Park New commission

the work centres on the Catholic pilgrimage to Santiago and is

Joby Talbot Path of Miracles

undoubtedly a composition like no other. Tenebrae

This will be paired with a new composition by rising composer,

Nigel Short Artistic Director

Owain Park, which allows youth and amateur singers to perform alongside Tenebrae in concert. Tenebrae is delighted to involve

Tenebrae Choral Development Partners

its choral development partners in this performance, sharing an

London Youth Chamber Choir

ambition to deliver high-level choral training and performance

The Music Centres

opportunities for young people. Join Nigel Short and Joby Talbot for a pre-concert interview at 18:45 in the venue.

“JOBY TALBOT’S AMBITIOUS A CAPPELLA PATH OF MIRACLES IS LITTLE SHORT OF A MUSICAL MIRACLE IN ITSELF... IT IS A TOUR DE FORCE AND ABSOLUTELY STUNNING.” Choir and Organ Tickets: £28, £22, £14 (concessions £10-£25) www.voicesoflondonfestival.com 12


CD releases “SIGNUM’S CURRENT ROSTER INCLUDES MANY EXCELLENT ENSEMBLES BUT THE CHORAL JEWEL IN THE CROWN IS SURELY TENEBRAE – NIGEL SHORT’S OUTSTANDING CHAMBER CHOIR.” Gramophone Magazine

RECENT RELEASES BRAHMS AND BRUCKNER MOTETS

PATH OF MIRACLES

Tenebrae proudly presents this BBC Music Magazine

Release date: 21st April 2017

award-winning release, the profits from the sale of

To mark the choir’s fifteenth anniversary Tenebrae is

which benefit Macmillan Cancer Support to aid their

re-releasing Tablot’s Path of Miracles alongside a new

incredible work.

commission by rising composer Owain Park, whose work is recorded by Tenebrae and the National Youth Choir of

ON EAGLES’ WINGS

Great Britain Fellows.

On Eagles’ Wings is a magnificent selection of sacred works by one of Britain’s most popular living choral

Don’t miss Tenebrae’s performance of this programme on

composers, Alexander L’Estrange. Noted for the stylistic

Friday 7th July 2017, for more information see page 12.

diversity and musical excellence of his compositions, L’Estrange has been billed as “the perfect 21st century

BERNSTEIN: CHICHESTER PSALMS

musician” (Howard Goodall CBE).

Release date: 1st September 2017 Recorded with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conducted

UPCOMING RELEASES

by Nigel Short, Tenebrae draws together four of the most prominent contemporary composers of the twentieth

MUSIC OF THE SPHERES: PART SONGS OF THE

century: Bernstein, Schoenberg, Stravinsky and Zemlinsky.

BRITISH ISLES Release date: 30th September 2016 Don’t miss Tenebrae’s launch concert on Saturday 1st October 2016, for more information see page 5.

For more information on Tenebrae’s releases please see the choir’s online shop, where recordings are available to purchase via CD or high-quality digital download. www.tenebrae-choir.com/shop

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The Tenebrae Effect The Tenebrae Effect is Tenebrae’s inspiring choral development initiative that provides an insight into the elements which make Tenebrae’s sound and interpretation to music so unique. It is designed to challenge and advance every participant, whilst giving singers the opportunity to learn in a friendly and challenging environment alongside professional singers from the choir. “Most enjoyable workshop I have ever attended. A real pleasure to find such a high skill level in a workshop.” “This is exactly what I came for – to experience a high level of precision and passion! The workshop was great, exacting and demanding but with warmth and a light touch.”

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS Saturday 1st October 2016, 10:30 – 13:30

June 2017

MUSIC OF THE SPHERES

VOICES OF LONDON FESTIVAL

St John’s Smith Square

Details to be confirmed

Workshop & Concert: £40, £34, £28, £22

For more information about The Tenebrae Effect

(conc. 10%)

please see the choir’s website:

For further information, please see page 5.

www.tenebrae-choir.com

2016 Sunday 9th April 2016, 10:30 – 13:30 TENEBRAE HOLY WEEK FESTIVAL St John’s Smith Square Tickets: £20 (concessions £14) For further information, please see page 10.

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Tenebrae Associate Artists Scheme Tenebrae presents a unique professional programme to help develop the most highly-skilled young choral singers in the UK whilst heralding a new chapter in Tenebrae’s commitment to the development of emerging vocal talent. The Associate Artist positions are a year-long fellowship providing experience in both live and recorded performance ensemble work through active engagement with Tenebrae’s national and international performance and recording schedule throughout the concert season. They will also receive training in music pedagogy and go on to put this into practice through a series of new education and community partnerships. In this way Tenebrae’s Associate Artists will gain invaluable first-hand experience of the work of a professional singer and develop their musicianship and choral skills under the leadership of Nigel Short – one of the UK’s most acclaimed choral conductors. Tenebrae Associate Artists 2016-2017 Bethany Partridge Soprano Tom Lilburn Countertenor James Robinson Tenor You can hear the Associate Artists make their debut in the season launch concert, Music of the Spheres, on October 1st (for more information please see page 5). They will also be performing as soloists in Tenebrae’s ‎Holy Week Festival performance of Handel Messiah (for more information please see page 12). Bethany Partridge (front row, second from left) performing with Tenebrae in Sainte-Chapelle, Paris

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SUPPORT US Tenebrae is considered as one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles. The choir operates as a registered charity and our achievements have only made possible by the generosity of supporters who believe in our innovative work. We are continuously grateful for their support. You, too, can play an essential role in supporting Tenebrae’s award-winning artistic programme and choral development initiatives whilst developing a closer relationship with the choir, through our Individual Giving and Corporate Club schemes. From as little at £3 per month, your contribution can help to support exceptional young emerging professional singers through our Associate Artists programme, alongside developing new audiences and promoting outstanding British choral music across the UK and internationally through concerts, tours, commissions and recordings. Current Supporters Tenebrae is extremely grateful to its supporters for their generous support of our work.

Supporting Organisations

Patrons

Helen and Gary Pyggott

Specialised Travel Ltd.

Roger and Claire Gifford

James and Sarah Richards

Music Sales Ltd.

Jonathan Lane

Lyle and Ernest Short

Trusts and Foundations

Roger Mayhew

Margaretha Smits

The Adam Mickiewicz Institute

James and Virginia Turnbull

Young Friends

Angus Allnat Charitable Foundation

Friends

Honor Halford-Macleod

Arts Council England

Elizabeth Andrews

Henry Southern

Britten-Pears Foundation

Mike and Susan Boyd

Regional Ambassadors

Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler

Francis and Louise Collin

Esme Caldwell

Foundation

Grayston Burgess

Karen Filsell

Garrick Charitable Trust

Ian and Anthea Davidson

Simon Filsell

Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation

Jürg and Margrit Fankhauser

Jo Forrest

Henry C. Hoare Charitable Trust

Andrew and Julia Grant

Andrew Halstead

The Polish Cultural Institute

Andrew and Melanie Gray

Tricia Rees-Jones

Singers’ Patrons

Martin Jenkinson and Marion Robinson

Sarah Stringer

David and Simone Caukill

Marie and Fred Lauquin

Project Patrons

Richard MacDonald

Rev Dr Stephen and Lesley Allsopp

His Honour Michael and Mrs Nicky

Leslie Ferrar CVO

Oppenheimer

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INDIVIDUAL GIVING We are always eager to engage with our donors and are delighted to be able to offer you opportunities to see the benefits of your kind support through invitations to rehearsals, concerts, recording days and exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ opportunities. Tenebrae Friends From £50 or more per year (or £5 pcm) £30 a year (£3 pcm) – Tenebrae Young Friends (aged 30 or below) •

A subscription to our monthly e-newsletter, including behind-the-scenes content

Priority notice for all Tenebrae concerts, tours, CD releases and other activities

Advance booking for all Tenebrae self-promoted concerts and workshops

Access to the private members bar at selected concerts

Refer a friend or donate £100 or more per year and receive a complimentary copy of a Tenebrae CD release of your choosing. Tenebrae Patrons From £500 per year (£50 pcm) •

Two complimentary tickets per year to Tenebrae concerts

An exclusive ‘Patron’s Pass’ to meet and greet Tenebrae Artistic Director, Nigel Short, and singers after concerts

Reserved seating and complimentary concert programmes for all self-promoted Tenebrae concerts

Tenebrae Project Patrons From £1,010 per year (£100 pcm) •

Open invitations to selected Tenebrae rehearsals and recording days

A complimentary copy of the highlight Tenebrae CD release of the year

Tenebrae Singers’ Patrons From £2,000 per year (£200 pcm) •

A personal note of thanks and ongoing regular communications from a Tenebrae singer on joining

An invitation to attend the end-of-year performance of the Tenebrae Associate Artists as a special guest, with the opportunity to meet the singer supported by your donation

Refer a friend and receive an invitation to dine with Tenebrae’s Artistic Director, Nigel Short with the opportunity to discuss current Tenebrae projects and future plans.

To find out more information about how your donation can make a difference please contact Tenebrae’s General Manager, Henry Southern (henry@tenebrae-choir.com), or visit our website: www.tenebrae-choir.com/support

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TENEBRAE – SUPPORT FORM Please complete in block capitals and return by post to: Tenebrae, 12-15 Hanger Green, London W5 3EL Title: _______ Full Name: _______________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________ Postcode: _________________________ Telephone:________________________________ Email: ____________________________ I would like to become a (please tick as appropriate): Young Friend – £30 per year (or £3 pcm) Friend – from £50 per year (or £5 pcm) Patron – from £500 a year (or £50 pcm) Project Patron – from £1010 per year (or £100 pcm) Singers’ Patron – from £2000 per year (or £200 pcm) Name to be credited:________________________________ Standing Order To: The Manager (please fill in your bank details) Bank/ Building Society: ______________________________ Branch: _________________________ Branch Address: _______________________________ __________________________________________Branch Postcode: ____________________ Account Name: ________________________________________________________________ Account Number: __________________________ Sort Code: ______________________________ I / We instruct you to pay by Standing Order on the ______ day of _____________ 20___ And each year/ month until further notice the sum of £___________ to: HSBC Bank PLC, Cambridge City Office Branch, 63-64 St Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3BZ (sort code: 40-16-08, Account Number: 03958655, Account Name: The Tenebrae Choir) Signed: ________________________________________________ Date: _________________ Printed Name: ________________________________________________________________ Under the Gift Aid Scheme and if you are a UK tax payer, The Tenebrae Choir can claim tax back from the government on your donation, at no extra cost to you. I am happy for all gifts of money that I have made to The Tenebrae Choir in the past four years and all future gifts on money that I make to be Gift Aid donations. I confirm I have paid or will pay an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax, that is at least equal to or higher than the tax claimed by all the charities and CASCs from HM Revenue & Customs on my donation(s) in each tax year. I also understand that other taxes such as VAT and Council Tax do not qualify. The Tenebrae Choir will reclaim 25p on every £1 you give.

Signature:________________________________________ Date: ______________________

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Founder and Artistic Director Nigel Short General Manager Henry Southern Concerts and Promotions Officer Helen Daniels Trustees Sir Roger Gifford (chair) Elizabeth Andrews Andrew Halstead Jonathan Lane Nicola Oppenheimer Ian Ritchie Richard Savage James Turnbull Honorary Patrons Richard Baker James Bowman CBE Simon Carrington Sarah Connolly CBE Heather de Haes OAM Lady Valerie Solti info@tenebrae-choir.com 020 3384 0368 12-15 Hanger Green, London, W5 3EL www.tenebrae-choir.com @TenebraeChoir /tenebraechoir Registered charity no: 1142138


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