May 2, 2013, 12:52 PM
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Look. I know if you are a tenor you can have the pick of choirs and singing opportunities. People will pay you, they will strew flowers before your feet, they will offer you their sopranos - in fact they will do almost anything to overcome the world shortage of tenors.
Tenors wanted Verdi Requiem, Reading Sat June 8th
We are not that desperate. (It's a lie - we are.) So. If you want to come and sing one of the greatest works bar none, with a lovely and ambitious bunch of singers and a fantastic set of professional soloists and a superb band, then this is the gig for you.
With over 200 performers, Southern Sinfonia and a stellar cast of soloists, the Verdi Requiem at 7.30, June 8th at Reading Concert Hall - Henley Choral Society’s last concert under the baton of our inspirational young director Will Dawes - promises to be a magnificent and moving occasion. A flier is attached.
Any tenors who would know the work and would like to sing would need only to attend the rehearsal at 2.00pm at the Concert Hall on Saturday 8th June.
Any interested tenors should contact Jenny Fleming as soon as possible on 01491 575165 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We can't pay you - flowers and soparanos negotiable.