Since the last time I wrote a blog our world has seemingly turned upside down. No-one can have escaped the effects of the current outbreak of COVID-19, and whilst we are mindful of those who need help most we are also, as musicians, sufferin... continued
Since I last wrote the autumn has set in and the leaves are falling. The transition from summer has gone by in something of a blur as Tenebrae enjoyed its busiest September since we began performing nearly 20 years ago. In August we had tr... continued
Happy new year to all. Hope you’ve put on loads of weight with excessive amounts of good cheer and the like and are now enjoying the effects after a cleansing January. I’m certainly not!
It is with a heavy heart that I write to you all wi... continued
Tenebrae’s busiest ever month and one which sees the choir perform at no fewer than 22 engagements, including concerts in Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy and of course the UK.
It has b... continued
Crumbs, it’s been ages since I wrote one of these so here goes, I just hope my memory serves me well for some of the performances that were a few months ago…
We had a steaming return to SJSS on J... continued
March took Tenebrae to the US for another tour of fabulous concert venues and ecclesiastical spaces. This time round we were performing Joby Talbot’s cho... continued
Hoping all our supporters and friends have enjoyed a happy and relaxing Christmas and managed to listen to at least one of our three Christmas recordings!
Having had our busiest year to date with over 60 concerts, Tenebrae started 2018 on an artistic h... continued
So we have survived our busiest September in 15 years and can now enjoy a relaxing October. Oh, hang about, we’re off to Australia for two performances of Path of Miracles in Melbourne. At my age the thought of being stuck in a plane seat for... continued
What a treat to go to Corsica for a concert! After 11 hours we finally made it to our hotel but the next morning were greeted by glorious sunshine and a beautiful white sandy beach and warm sea water to swim in. Doesn’t get much better... continued