St Peter’s Church in Bexhill Old Town is holding a special service at 6pm on Sunday February 7 to
commemorate the victims of terrorism.
This will feature Gabriel Faure’s Requiem sung by St Peter’s choir.
St Peter’s Director of Music, Anthony Wilson, said: “I would like to invite people to come and join in singing Faure’s Requiem with our choir. If you can bring a score, preferably
Novello, or download and print one from www.codl.org. There is no charge to take part. There will be one rehearsal held in St Peter’s Church at 4 pm on that day.
John Ross will play the organ, Arielle Jasiewicz-Gill is the lead soprano and Chris Miles, Baritone.
Admission is free but there will be a voluntary retiring collection for the British Red Cross Society and the Foundation4Peace. Mr Wilson is hoping hundreds will attend.
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