Redland Parish Church Halls Opening Celebration

Wednesday 9 November 2016 at 7.30pm

Conducted by David Ogden

*Sold out*

Everyone sang - Brian Knowles
Sing joyfully - William Byrd
Psalm settings by Steven Faux
Locus iste - Anton Bruckner
So come to him - Graham Elliott
Ubi caritas - Maurice Duruflé
Christ has no body now but yours - David Ogden
O clap your hands - Orlando Gibbons
Mother of God, here I stand - John Tavener
Every time I feel the spirit - Bob Chilcott
My spirit sang all day - Gerald Finzi
Set me as a seal - Ian Carpenter
Be still my soul - Jean Sibelius
Nunc Dimittis - Gustav Holst
Shenandoah - Trad arr James Erb
We will remember them - David Ogden
Now let me fly - Traditional arr Stacey Gibbs
Steal away - Trad arr Marshall Bartholomew
Two movements from Carimbó - Traditional Brazilian arr Ernst Mahle

Exultate Singers gives a concert to open the brand new £2.4 million Redland Parish Church Halls. The programme includes psalm settings written by the Associate Vicar of Redland Parish Church Steven Faux, and a selection of music including songs, anthems and settings of words from the psalms.

Venue

Redland Parish Church Halls, Redland Green Road, Bristol BS6 7HE

Tickets

Tickets for this concert are sold out

Directions and parking

The halls are located on Redland Green just off Redland Road, across the green from the church. It’s a 10-minute walk from Whiteladies Road (Clifton), 15 minutes from Gloucester Road (Bishopston/St Andrews) and 20 minutes from Stoke Bishop.

On street parking is available in the roads around the halls. It is a Residents’ Parking Zone, but there are no restrictions after 5pm. Please check signage for details. Please do not park in the tennis club car park.

There are bus stops on Redland Road a couple of minutes’ walk from the halls. The 8 and 9 (Temple Meads Station, Clifton, Cotham, Redland) and the 72 (Broadmead, Redland, Gloucester Road, Filton Avenue, UWE) stop there. The 505 stops on Redland Hill and runs between Southmead and Long Ashton. The 77 (Centre, Redland, Abbey Wood, Stoke Gifford, Bradley Stoke) runs along Cranbrook Road, ten minutes walk from the church.

Redland Station (trains to Temple Meads and Avonmouth) is ten minutes walk down Redland Road. Wessex Buses no. 19 stops near the station and runs from the Centre through Redland and Horfield to UWE.

For local journey planning visit www.travelbristol.org

A link to a map of the local area is at www.redland.org.uk

Links

Redland Parish Church