Normansfield Theatre welcomes back the Marble Hill Singers for a concert of summer music

Hey, Ho, The Wind and The Rain

The Marble Hill Singers are a Twickenham-based chamber choir, founded in 1988.

Every year, they very kindly perform a summer concert in the Normansfield Theatre at our national office in Teddington, West London, in aid of the Down’s Syndrome Association.

This year, the concert is call Hey, Ho, The Wind and The Rain and will feature songs, and sonnets for a summer’s evening, including Rutter’s Birthday Madrigals, George Shearing’s songs and sonnets of Shakespeare, and music by Purcell and Bernstein.

About the Marble Hill Singers

The Marble Hill Singers have sung in many concerts locally and around the UK, as well as touring extensively in Europe. Their repertoire is wide, ranging from sacred to entertaining, and Renaissance polyphony to premieres of newly commissioned music.

Robert Mingay Smith has been their conductor since  2015.

If you would like to join the choir this Saturday, 25 June, at 8pm, tickets are £10 and can be purchased on the door or from the Langdon Down Centre website.