YOUTUBE STREAMING DURING CORONAVIRUS
As we have had to suspend our current concert season until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we didn't want to lose touch with people. Therefore, we will be streaming past concerts during this time via YouTube. We began this on Thursday 2nd April with our Symphonic Rock concert from 2015 and we look forward to bringing you more of these over the coming weeks. Once we have streamed a concert, it will remain live until the next stream goes out so you can still enjoy it if you missed it. To go to our YouTube channel and see our latest concert, please click here or click on the YouTube button in our social media bar above.
These concerts are being provided free of charge on YouTube. If you would like to donate something to help us keep going through these times, we would be very grateful. You can do so by clicking the Donate button above (underneath our logos).
Please stay safe and look after one another. We are all looking forward to seeing you at one of our concerts very soon.
A ROUNDUP OF LAST YEAR
Questa Voce performed with Sir Karl Jenkins at Carnegie Hall, New York, in January 2019. The concert, The Music of Sir Karl Jenkins, featured his Stabat Mater and the US Premiere of Symphonic Adiemus.
Dr Jonathan Griffith, who conducted the concert, stated: "Questa Voce received this invitation because of the quality and high level of musicianship demonstrated by the singers. These wonderful musicians not only represent a high quality of music and education, but they also become ambassadors for the entire community. This is an event of extreme pride for everybody and deserving of the community's recognition and support."
Throughout 2019, we were also joined by numerous West End superstars, including First Lady of the West End, Kerry Ellis. In the summer, we were delighted to welcome Matt Stevens, Amira Matthews, David Habbin and Gemma Atkins for Oh! What a Circus, then we were joined by Kerry for our annual Christmas spectacular. We look forward to working with all of them again very soon.