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Copyright 2021 Hardynge Choir
Honorary President: Sasha Johnson Manning
Making Music, The National Federation of Music Societies, represents and supports amateur and semi-
Making Music Eastern provides a link between Making Music and its members in this region, and covers the same area as the Arts Council England East (ACEE).
Sound and Music is the UK’s landmark organisation for new music and sound, bringing a vital art-
The PRS for Music Foundation is the UK’s leading charitable funder of new music. www.prsformusicfoundation.com
Aeolian Singers joined with Hardynge Choir to sing Beethoven’s Mass in C in St Albans Abbey on 18 October 2014. Aeolian Singers is Hemel Hempstead's largest mixed voice chorus. www.aeoliansingers.org.uk
Radlett Choral Society was formed in 1954 and has developed into a choir of some 70 members, singing a wide range of music from all centuries and styles. Alexander Flood is the musical director of Radlett Choral Society. www.radlettchoral.org.uk
St Albans Chamber Choir made its debut 50 years ago, and is delighting audiences with music from the last six centuries, and winning awards for its innovative programming.
St Albans Symphony Orchestra comprises professional and amateur musicians of a high standard from throughout Hertfordshire and beyond. The orchestra is developing into one of the UK's leading non-
Rufus Frowde, the Musical Director of The Hardynge Choir, is an active, versatile musician with strong links with Hertfordshire. www.rufusfrowde.co.uk
Richard Hills was the Jazz Organist in our 2012 summer concert, Anything Goes, in several recent carol concerts, and will be performing in this year’s Wynter Wakeneth concert. To see some great YouTube videos of his playing go to:
Sasha Johnson Manning, our Honorary President, has composed The Hardynge Seasons specially for the Hardynge Choir, and in 2017 Ring Out, Wild Bells. She is well known as the composer of The Manchester Carols, a festive suite of new carols with words by Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.
Mark Jordan is a busy and accomplished musician working in and around London and Oxford. He was Hardynge Choir’s Interim Music Director for two terms prior to Rufus Frowde’s appointment. www.markjordan.me.uk
Herts Young Homeless has a variety of FREE services open to all 16–24 year olds who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. They can provide information and support, as well as emergency accommodation through their Nightstop Herts scheme. The Hardynge Choir supported Herts Young Homeless with the Wynter Wakeneth concert in December 2019.
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