Sunday 3 October 2021
2-4pm, Turner Sims
with David Gibson
and guest leader, Charlotte Brosnan, soprano
Join us for this short workshop, which is free and open to all members of SPC and the SU Phil – as well as to prospective members of either choir, but please register for your place by no later than the evening of Saturday 2 October.
With guest leader, soprano Charlotte Brosnan, we'll be exploring aspects of Rossini's Stabat mater, a work which forms part of the programme for our 4 December concert.
Here are the measures we are asking singers to observe, at present:
- The wearing of face-coverings indoors at Turner Sims is not mandatory but is strongly encouraged, including while singing.
- Singers are asked to sit with a minimum of one empty seat between them and the next person in the row, and offset from singers in the row in front and behind.
- Rows J to N inclusive are reserved for singers who would like more space between themselves and other singers. (If this applies to you, please let Sue know as soon as possible.)
- On arrival at Turner Sims, register your attendance with Sue and – if you have the Test and Trace app – please "check in" using the QR code on display in the foyer.
- Use the hand sanitiser provided and maintain a safe distance between yourself and others at all times while in the building.
- Bring your own drink/snacks (no food/drink, other than water, to be consumed in the auditorium, please).
- Weather permitting, consider spending the interval break outside..
- At the end of the workshop, please leave the building promptly; save the socialising for outdoors!
- Please consider taking a lateral flow test beforehand on the day.
- In the event of a positive result for a lateral flow or PCR test, do not attend! Follow current NHS guidance.
- If you are feeling unwell on the day (not just with Covid symptoms, but with any respiratory or potentially infectious condition, however minor), please stay away.
SPC will continue to monitor the prevalence of Covid-19 locally, including in the student population, and the measures implemented may change accordingly.