the great success of the previous
Sing Birmingham! and Sing Warwick! workshops, the
2023 workshop at King's Norton, Birmingham is again brought to you by
Immanuel's Ground in collaboration with the
Gallery Music Association, and with the help of
Diocese of Birmingham
Royal School of Church Music.
This is a Workshop
West Gallery Music and Carols
and is open to both
who would like to spend a day singing and playing
this uniquely English form of music, coming from an era which
consistently been ignored by ecclesiastical historians!
As well as favourites from this genre of 18th- and 19th-century church
music, the Workshop will include settings of psalms and anthems
written by both town and country composers, including some from
the many local church composers widely connected with the
music is best suited to strings, flutes, concertinas (ie non-chordal
instruments), woodwind, and light brass. Heavy Eb instruments
such as tubas and euphoniums are a little out of character, but
Serpents and other bass instruments welcome!!
It would be helpful to know well beforehand if
transposed music is required.
The Workshop will be held in
The Church of St
Birmingham, B38 8RU
Map to get there
Doors open from 9.30 am for coffee and setting up, etc.
Cost £10.00 to include music and light refreshments
For lunch, local hostelries available nearby at lunchtime,
may have to be booked in advance,
or bring your own
lunch to eat in the church.
To allow for printing of music, etc.,
please download and complete an
and return it by Wednesday 25
October, together with a cheque made payable to
Immanuelís Ground Quire for
£10 p.p. to
30 Eynsham Road, Botley, Oxford OX2 9BP.
BACS payments welcome, please email
or call 01865 865773 for details.
(Cheques will not be presented until Monday 30th
Parking is difficult!!
Parking is pay and display at the Bullís Head on The Green,
Lane (the churchyard lane), and
NOT in the highway outside the church..
*** WARNING ***
Do not turn right out of Miry Lane in your car as you leave the
if you want
to celebrate Christmas on earth!