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Follow the links down to a selection of activities recorded in pictures....

John Rutter, CBE presents the competion winner, Tom Bridges, (his work: Qui Autem Sperant) and runners up Sarah Mees (her work Always Race Ahead) and Murray Ashdown (his work: Citius, Altius, Fortius) at Eltham Choral Society's concert, Saturday, 30th June 2012. John is presented with a lithograph of Westminster Abbey by local artist George Fanshawe as a token of ECS' appreciation.
photograph by Mark Wall of SEnine Limited


Our tenth European concert tour; 29th May to 1st June 2018, staying in the Hotel Roma in Lisbon.
Concerts were in Sao Vincente de Fora and Basilica dos Martires.


Verdi Requiem concert at Southwark Cathedral with Musical Director, Max Barley,
and West Barnes Singers and Wimbledon Youth Choir on 17th March, 2018


Our ninth European concert tour; 30th May 2012 to 3rd June, staying in the Ibis Nimes Ouest city Ibis Nimes Ouest Hotel. Concerts were in Eglise Notre Dame de la Ciotat and Eglise St Symphorien les Carmes, Avignon. We enjoyed trips to Aigues-Mortes and Pont du Gard.


Group Rehearsals at Eltham Park Methodist Church,
April 2015


Rehearsing the Verdi Requiem with conductor Leigh O'hara at Blackheath Halls
for concert performances on the 26th/27th/28th March, 2011


Miscellaneous ECS rehearsals
2011 and 1998!


Our eighth European concert tour; 29th May to 1st June 2014 with Concerts in Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, Brussels
and Sint Jozef Kerk, Polderhaven, Bruges


Eltham Choral Society, their then conductor: Nicholas Jenkins (right), Accompanist: Chris Eastwood (left), together with Bob Chilcott (centre). The concert on 29th March, 2008 in which the world première of Bob's work, "Aesop's Fables", commissioned by Eltham Choral Society to mark their centenary year, was performed.

  photograph by Brian Morris


Our seventh European concert tour; 7th June 2012 to 10th June, staying in the 3* Hotel Scholz in the spa city of Koblenz set in picturesque country where the Rhein and Mosel rivers meet. Concerts were in Christuskirche, Andernach and Christuskirche, Koblenz. We enjoyed trips to Old town Koblenz, founded in Roman times and featuring quaint narrow streets and historic squares, a river boat trip past the legendry Lorelei Rock and the attractive town of Rüdisheim, home of the delightful mechanical musical instrument museum.


European concert tour to Tuscany; 29th May to the 1st June 2008
with concerts in the Chiesa Santa Maria dei Ricci in Central Florence and in the Basilica Santa Maria Assunta in Montecatini


European concert tour to Amsterdam; 3rd to the 7th June 2004
with concerts in the Protestant Church, Broek in Waterland and in the Engelse Kerk, Begijnhof