The following page is a selection of video clips taken from concerts, services, performances and rehearsals of events based at or organised by Brentwood Cathedral Music. Each video clip is accompanied by a short description.
Below: Brentwood Cathedral Girls’ Choir rehearsing at Pembroke College Girls’ Choir, Cambridge for the joint evensong at Pembroke College Chapel on Saturday 9th February conducted by Art Wangcharoensab, the assistant director of music of Brentwood Cathedral. They are singing James Devor’s ‘I heard the voice of Jesus’, a piece specially written for this trip for the girls.
Above: The Cathedral Girls’ Choir performing Diana Burrell’s ‘Gaelic Blessing’ at ‘A Festival of Choirs’ concert at St Edmund’s Church, Loughton. They will be performing this piece again at a concert at Chelmsford Cathedral on Saturday 29th June.
Below: The Cathedral Youth Choir performing Ernst Toch’s ‘Fuge aus der Geographie’ at ‘A Festival of Choirs’ concert at St Edmund’s Church, Loughton.
Above: Art Wangcharoensab singing the title role in Brentwood Cathedral Music’s production of Benjamin Britten’s ‘St Nicolas’ with the orchestra conducted by Jack Apperley.
Below: Joanna Kacperek, pianist, performing Chopin’s Piano Concerto no. 1 accompanied by the Brentwood Chopin String Quintet. Joanna and Andrew Yiangou, pianist, both recently performed at our Brentwood Cathedral Music lunchtime concert series Music@One.
Below: Art Wangcharoensab conducting the Combined Primary Schools’ Choir at the Diocese of Brentwood’s Combined Primary Schools’ Christmas Concert in 2018 performing ‘Good News! Good News!’ taken from ‘Bethlehem The Musical’.
Above: Art Wangcharoensab conducting the Combined Primary Schools’ Choir at the Diocese of Brentwood’s Combined Primary Schools’ Christmas Concert in 2017 performing his own piece ‘Bethlehem’ taken from his and Mike Stephens’ nativity musical ‘Rejoice! A Son is Born’.
Below: The Cathedral Youth Choir performing ‘Kyrie eleison’ from Will Todd’s ‘Jazz Missa Brevis’ at the end of year concert in 2019. The choir was conducted by the assistant director, Art Wangcharoensab.