Our Anthology series brings together women's sacred music compositions across the centuries for use in concerts and in liturgical worship. It aims to address the historical underrepresentation of women composers in sacred music by providing choirs with themed volumes of historically, stylistically and culturally diverse works.
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Launch event led by Sarah MacDonald and the Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge 17.11.2019 with some of the composers from our Anthology series.
Front row: Olivia Sparkhall (composer), Sarah MacDonald (composer and Director, Selwyn College Choir),
Louise Stewart, (Director, Multitude of Voyces).
Second row: composers Gemma McGregor, Carol Jones, Kerensa Briggs, Janet Wheeler, Alison Willis, Helen Williams, Gail Randall.
The Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, (Dean of Chapel and Chaplain, Revd Canon Hugh Shilson-Thomas).
The Choir of St Martin's Church, Epsom is one of many church and cathedral choirs across the country and in the US, enjoying learning new repertoire from our first volume, including Helen Williams' work 'Great is your faithfulness'. (Helen is pictured front row right, nearest the altar).