Gifts to Charities from Bowes Park Choir

March 2017 – £762 to Open Door  

December 2016   –   £1200 to Alexandra Park and Palace Restoration Fund – East Wing Project (Theatre Restoration)

September 2016 – £1000 to BPCA in support of Fins Feste

August 2016  –    £851 North London Samaritans – Tin Tabernacle project

January 2016   –   £400  North London Hospice

From Patrick Allies

I’m pleased to be able to share with you our 4th Crowdfund video – made with your generous help.

It’s the Kyrie from Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum by Hieronymus Praetorius, an eight-part Easter mass setting that hasn’t yet been recorded – although this may be about to change! You’ll hear Franco-Flemish and Venetian influences – all the more startling for a composer who spent his life in Hamburg.

We really hope you enjoy it.  

Best wishes and many thanks, 

Patrick and Siglo de Oro


Performance at the Tate Modern 2016

In June 2016 about 50 choir members participated in two performances of The Bridge, which was part of the opening celebrations for the new building at the Tate Modern. The Tate Modern web site states that:

The Bridge is a unique cycle of songs written by the artist Peter Liversidge in response to Tate Modern’s building, its history and its place in contemporary life. Inspired by conversations the artist held with gallery staff, construction workers, visitors and local residents, the lyrics were sung unaccompanied and in unison by over twenty choirs involving over 500 singers to create a powerful soundscape in the Turbine Hall.

Videos about the Bridge posted on the Tate Modern Web site

Click VIDEO to see the video about The Bridge which has been produced by Tate Media.

Choir members can click  Private Video to see the full performance of “The Bridge”.
This links to a page which requires the usual choir password and which will give you the password & the link for this video.


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