Summer concerts to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
and the Olympics in London

Saturday 30 June in Brighton
Varndean School Hall, Balfour Road, 7.30 pm
joined by the
Brighton Youth Orchestra String Ensemble

Saturday 7 July in Henfield
The Henfield Hall, Coopers Way, off High Street, 7.30 pm
with readings by Guy Dudeney and Jane Pemberton

a variety of athletic and joyful music, old and new

The concert included:
Handel – Zadok the Priest
Edward German – The Entrance of Queen Elizabeth, from Merrie England
March of the Toreadors
from Bizet’s Carmen
The Matadors’ Chorus
from Verdi’s La Traviata
John Rutter’s hilarious Banquet Fugue
Benjamin Britten’s Jubilate – an anthem commissioned by the Duke of Edinburgh
Pastime with good company – believed to have been composed by Henry VIII
The Hallelujah Chorus
from Handel’s Messiah
John Rutter’s anthem This is the day,
composed for the 2011 Royal Wedding