CAROLYNE ANN STOREY
Carolyne’s music career has involved music teaching, choral conducting and teaching singing in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Carolyne has also performed in recital, oratorio and concert, also as soloist with various choirs and choral societies. She is currently MD of Brayburn Singers, Selby. Recent engagements include Hexham Abbey, London, Carlisle, Bridlington, Beverley, Castle Howard. Future engagements include Castle Howard, London, Cumbria, Sheffield and London. Carolyne continues her studies with Patricia Macmahon visiting tutor to Royal Northern and Glasgow Conservatoire.
Rachel is a retired lawyer and amateur pianist, with a special interest in accompanying singers. She grew up in Oxford and now lives in Cumbria where she accompanies several singers and also assists in running the annual Art of Song residential course for singers and pianists at Rydal Hall. It was here that Rachel met Carolyne and now perform together in concert and recital. Recent engagements include Oxford, Lake District, Castle Howard and Bridlington. Future engagements include Castle Howard, Cumbria and Lake District.
DAWN TO DUSK
The Cloths of Heaven Karl Jenkins (1944)
Early Morning Graham Peel (1877-1937)
Dans Un Bois Wolfgang A Mozart (1756-1791)
Du Bist Die Ruh Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Mandoline Gabriel Faure (1845-1924)
Shepherd’s Song Edward Elgar
A Song of Autumn Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
June Roger Quilter
Now Sleeps the Crimson Roger Quilter (1877-1953)
OVER THE RIM OF THE MOON Michael Head (1900-1976)
Ships of Arcady
A Blackbird Singing
A Bay in Anglesey Madeline Dring
Business Girls Madeline Dring (1923-1977)
A CAUTIONARY TALE
The Tale of the Oyster Cole Porter (1891-1964)
Sandwiches (£2) and hot and cold drinks (£1) are available from 11.45am in the South Transept before each concert. The concerts start at 12.15pm and are approximately 45 minutes long.
Entry is free with a retiring collection, proceeds of which help to fund the Minster’s organ scholarship.
More information about the Friday Lunchtime at the Cathedral series and future concerts is available by contacting Erik Sharman on 01636 817280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.