An evening of music from TV and film with Addison Jazz and featuring....
When the Addison Singers jazz choirs were looking for a child to take a solo for their upcoming concert, they sought advice from the highly regarded Tri-borough Music Hub and were directed to The Young Singers. This auditioned choir for gifted singers aged 9-12, run by the Tri-borough Music Hub in partnership with The Bach Choir, have performed in the Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall and recorded for BBC 3.
From amongst their ranks Addison Jazz found Marika Karatepeli, a Year 7 student at Godolphin & Latymer School, to feature in Howard Goodall’s utterly beautiful arrangement of The Lord is my Shepherd. This song will be familiar to many as the theme to the Vicar of Dibley and it is from TV and film that Jill Jarman, Addison Jazz choir conductor, sought inspiration in programming their upcoming concert.
Jill, whose work as a contemporary composer is becoming increasingly known and performed worldwide, has included her original arrangements of the iconic theme tunes to Dr Who and Hawaii Five-0, along with the Pink Panther and film favourites such as Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend and As Time Goes By.
The Addison jazz choir, ensemble and some top musicians join forces in what is shaping up to be Christmas cracker of a concert. With such a familiar mix of music from film and TV shows that you know and love there will be something for the whole family. What a cracking start to the festive season. They also welcome new singers, so check them out.
Saturday 21 November @7.30 pm. St Andrews, Greyhound Road W14 9SA
(nearest Tube Barons Court and West Kensington, free parking nearby)
Tickets in Advance: £10/8/3 (under 16’s) by clicking here www.wegottickets.com/f/9386
At the door: £12/10/3 for more info: www.addison-singers.org.uk
Conducted by Jill Jarman and Matthew Hough
November 10, 2015