Friday evening 6 October 2017 – FRC Rockingham
Our 2017 Eucalypt benefit concert will feature the second half of part two of Handel’s Messiah, including this time the well-known ‘Hallelujah chorus’. In addition, a recorder concerto by Fiorenza, a double horn concerto by Heinchen and more …!
PAST CONCERTS …
Sunday evening 7:00pm, 2 July 2017 – FRC Rockingham
A concert to celebrate 500 years of Reformation! It will be centered around Martin Luther’s famous hymn ‘Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott’ (A mighty fortress is our God). Amongst the music to be presented you will hear choir and orchestra engage in two settings of this hymn by Scheidt and Telemann respectively, as well as an organ motett by Michael Praetorius. There will also be opportunity to sing along with the choir and orchestra as we celebrate God’s goodness and grace in preserving His church.
1 October 2016 – FRC Rockingham
Our grand 2016 Eucalypt benefit concert came to fruition on Saturday evening 1st October at the Free Reformed Church of Rockingham. Choir and orchestra performed selections from Handel’s Messiah, this time from part 2. In addition the choir sung a variety of Genevan settings of Psalm 116, while the orchestra tackled another Bach harpsichord concerto and an excerpt from Handel’s opera Poro. Sensual perceptions were excited with baroque recorders, oboes, violins, violone and even a baroque bassoon.
17 October 2015 – FRC Rockingham
On Saturday 17 October Genevan Consort and Players performed in the Free Reformed Church of Rockingham.
This concert marked our transition to performing at a = 415hz. Works included:
- A. Marcello, Oboe concerto starring Georg Corall (oboe)
- A. Vivaldi, Spring
- G. F. Handel, An extract from part one of the Messiah
- G. P. Palestrina, Missa Aeterna Christi Munera
- Genevan settings of Psalm 5 (Goudimel, Sweelinck)
This was a benefit concert for Mission-Aid in Sumba (Indonesia).