Welcome to Radlett Choir. We’re a friendly, mixed voice choir that sings a wonderful repertoire of music, ranging from beautiful classical works, to operatic, folk and contemporary pieces.
We rehearse on Tuesday evenings, and perform at a range of venues in Radlett and the surrounding areas. We perform in termly concerts, actively take part in the St Cecilia Festival Society, and offer the first month free for new joiners. If you’ve ever considered singing in a choir, or just want to try something fun, come along to a rehearsal and join us!
We’ll so excite to be performing our annual Christmas concert on Saturday, 16 December. It’ll be a wonderfully festive evening of mulled wine and mince pies, followed by choir performances, beautiful singing by the talented soprano Stephanie Hershaw, readings and carols with the audience. The Christmas concert is always a special time in the choir’s calendar, and we hope to see you there!
Finally, Radlett Choir would like to thank our patrons, sponsors and of course, all those who attend our concerts time and time again, for your continuing support!
Radlett Choir Summer Concert 2023– President’s thoughts
Radlett Choir can always be relied on to give their audience an enjoyable evening and the Summer Concert was certainly no exception.
Beautifully accompanied by the Venner String Quartet, they showed their versatility by progressing through the evening from poised performances of Mozart pieces at the beginning and rounding off with the well known and loved folk songs, Down by the Salley Gardens and Cockles and Mussels at the end, via Brahms, Stanford and Holst en route.
Alex Flood, the choir’s conductor appeared to guide his singers effortlessly through this evening’s concert and they responded enthusiastically to his clear and calm direction.
The soprano soloist, Angela Good’s performances were woven neatly into the evening’s programme and she, like the choir, showed considerable versatility, providing beautifully fluid singing in the Mozart and later, giving moving renditions of two folk songs.
The musical content of the evening may have been splendid but so too were the puddings on offer in the interval. It really is a lovely tradition that the members of this choir supply and serve delicious fare to their audience. Add the delightful,
rural setting of the Karl König Hall in Aldenham and you really do have all the ingredients of a pretty perfect concert.
Nicola Craig June 2022