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Over recent years the Choir of Eltham College, which numbers some eighty singers in its largest form, has toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States, and has taken up residencies at a number of British Cathedrals.
The choir is much in demand on the professional concert platform. Recent performances have included Handels Messiah with James Bowman at the Blackheath Concert Halls and a number of concerts with the Orchestra of St Johns at St Johns Smith Square.
In November 2005 they sang the world premiere of Karl Jenkins Sing We Merrily Unto God, again accompanied by the Orchestra of St Johns.Tim Johnson read music at Cambridge University where he was Organ Scholar at Robinson College under the tutelage of David Sanger.
As a cellist he studied with Vivian Joseph and became Co-Principal Cellist of the University First Orchestra in 1992.
|1||04:26||Sing we merrily unto God||Karl Jenkins|
|2||05:20||Greater love hath no man||John Ireland|
|3||04:45||Cantique de Jean Racine||Gabriel Faure|
|4||03:21||Beati quorum via||Charles V. Stanford|
|5||08:15||Pièce Héroïque||Cesar Franck|
|6||05:37||Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen||Johannes Brahms|
|7||05:19||I Was Glad||Hubert Howells|
|8||04:13||Solus ad victimam||Kenneth Leighton|
|9||05:20||Variations sur un th?me de Clément Janequin||Jehan Alain|
|10||06:54||Blessed be the God and Father||Samuel S. Wesley|
|11||04:13||Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land||Hubert Parry|
|12||08:00||Te Deum||John Rutter|