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Mill Hill Choral Society and Community Orchestra

5 Jan 2024

Happy New Year Everyone!

We hope you all had a lovely festive period and a good start to the new year.

As School comes out of its winter hibernation, the Mill Hill Choral Society is warming up for their annual rehearsals. Founded in 2016, the Choral Society is a creative collective of Mill Hill parents, past and present, Old Millhillians and members of staff who come together to sing together.

Rehearsals culminate in an annual concert in the Spring Term - previous repetoires have included Handel's Messiah, Faure and Mozart's Requiem amongst their scores and this year will be no different. We will be under the careful tutelage of our new Director of Musical Performance, Mr Gareth Hanson, who has already proved his leadership prowess with the incredible musical performances of the Jazz Collective and Chapel Choir throughout last term.

This year, the Choral Society will tackle Schubert's Mass No.2 in G Major. If you love to sing, or if you just want to try something new, come along to the first rehearsal on Tuesday 16 January, from 6.30pm-8.30pm in the McClure Music School. Everyone is welcome - we look forward to seeing you there.

For more information about the Choral Society, or to let us know you will be attending, please contact Choir Coordinator Kirsty Cucchiara at

And for those less inclined to sing, but still looking for a way to join a local music group, Gareth is looking to create a sister organisation to the Choir, the Mill Hill Community Orchestra. Again, anyone of any ability is welcome! For more information about the Orchestra, please contact Gareth Hanson at

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