Updated 18 January 2021
Our Committee is continuing to take account of current Government guidance in place relating to Covid-secure rehearsals for amateur orchestras. Dates scheduled for rehearsal will be informed by this guidance, as will other Covid-secure arrangements such as deep cleaning the rehearsal venue and putting other social distancing precautions in place.
Performance 1: (provisional) 16th May 2021: St Lawrence West Wycombe, to perform the programme originally planned for this year’s Wycombe Arts Festival: music composed by Mozart and Haydn in the year 1775, including Haydn’s Overture Il Ritorno di Tobia and Symphony No. 60 in C Major, and Mozart’s Violin Concerto No 5 in A Major with Hana Mizuta-Spencer (tbc).
Rehearsals 1 : To be confirmed. At present rehearsals are not permitted under the terms of the national restrictions announced on 4th January.
Rehearsals, when permitted, will take place from 7.45pm – 10pm at Holmer Green Baptist Church (Sat Nav HP15 6TD) The Committee has arranged for additional special cleaning of the space.
Members are additionally requested FOR EACH REHEARSAL to fill in the declaration forms below, to confirm their Covid-secure status and for the purposes of Track and Trace. These form can be printed out and placed in a box at the rehearsal (pdf) or edited with your answers (word) and emailed to Judy Hunter.
Performance 2 (provisional) summer tbc: in Marlow with the Camerata Consort of singers, to include Mozart’s Coronation Mass is K317 and Solemn Vespers K339.
Rehearsals 2 (tbc)
For details of membership please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01494 481146
Violins Linda Miller email@example.com 01494 793506
Violas Judy Hunter firstname.lastname@example.org 01494 481146
Cellos/Basses Virginia McMurtrie email@example.com 07760 131526
Because the size of group is dependent on the programme to be performed, players are selected by invitation on a concert by concert basis. For this reason, please don’t just turn up at rehearsals before checking that you are expected!