Tapestry will be returning to the Church of St Mary the Virgin in Great Abington in the spring of 2019. They last visited the church in November 2017 for an advent concert which raised over £500 for the John Chaplin Open Church Project. They are looking forward to returning to the church for another rich and varied programme of a cappella music.
Tapestry will be travelling to York to present a concert in the medieval city centre venue of St Helen Stonegate. This afternoon concert will be part of the City of York’s 2019 ‘Festival of Ideas’. The theme for our concert is the theme of the 2019 festival - ‘A World of Wonder’. As usual, Tapestry will present an eclectic mix of sacred and secular music, period to contemporary. We promise you a programme that will be thoughtful, fun, uplifting and beautiful.
Following the success of their first joint concert in November 2018 - Tapestry will be once more joined by the Brampton and Wyton Military Wives Choir for a concert in the spring of 2019. In the last concert, the choirs joined together for a specially written arrangement of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ - so we wonder what this next concert will bring!
Tapestry will perform a wide ranging and varied programme of sacred and secular music for Lent and Lady Day. You can expect some beautiful and inspiring singing in the lovely setting of St Margaret’s Church.
The highlight of Tapestry's season is always their annual charity concert of Christmas readings and music. In recent years we have raised approximately £800 for local charities such as the local branch of Dementia UK, Dreamdrops and the Lewin Stroke centre at Addenbrookes. This year, we are supporting the charity Epilepsy Action.
Tapestry will be joining forces with Huntingdon Male Voice Choir for a concert on 23rd June in St Mary's Church, Burwell during the Isle of Ely Arts Festival. We're very excited as this is the first time that the two choirs have come together to share a platform, despite both being based in Huntingdon.
Tickets are available to purchase here