Jazz it up

Exultate Singers conducted by David Ogden
The Andy Williamson Jazz Quartet

Exultate Singers and Andy Williamson’s fantastic 4-piece jazz band perform Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert and a programme of jazz standards - a toe-tapping evening is in store.
Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert is a suite of pieces for choir and jazz band - ranging from the exuberant and energetic in large choruses to serene and sensuous in quieter, more intimate sections. The singers have performed Sacred Concert live on BBC Radio 4 and in a sell-out concert in Bristol in 2004.

The programme includes jazz standards and arrangements for choir and jazz band of:
• It don’t mean a thing
• I’m beginning to see the light
• Every time we say goodbye
• Lush Life
• My favourite things
• and lots more!

The concert is given as part of the Churches Together in the Westbury Area Connect Festival 2010.


Saturday 26th June 2010 at 7.30pm


Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol BS9 3EQ


Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for concessions, free for under 18s.

Friends of Exultate Singers

Friends of Exultate Singers receive a 25% discount on ticket prices.

How to book

• Book by phone with Providence Music shop on 0117 927 6536

• Or buy in person at Providence Music shop at 1 St George's Road, College Green, Bristol

• Buy online from the Exultate Singers shop

The poster

The image on the poster is a painting called Saxophone Beat by the Canadian artist Nicole St-Pierre, used with permission. www.nstpierre.com

Forthcoming concerts

Sunday 27th June 2010 at 3.25pm - Songs of Praise on BBC Two go

A special episode of Songs of Praise presented by Aled Jones meeting the people behind the music. Aled is filmed meeting the choir at one of its rehearsals and the programme includes interviews with David Ogden and bass Mike Osborn.

Sunday 7th November 2010 - Rachmaninov All Night Vigil (Vespers) go

A concert of this stunning work, sung in Russian, in St George's Bristol. The programme will include movements from cello sonatas by Rachmaninov and Shostakovich performed by the sensational cellist Richard May and concert pianist Olena Shvetsova.

How to find the church

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