Lyme Bay Chorale to mark Remembrance Sunday with a free concert

Lyme Bay ChoraleLYME Bay Chorale will give a performance of Fauré’s wellknown Requiem to mark Remembrance Sunday on November 14.

The concert will be held at 4.30pm in St Michael’s Parish Church in Lyme Regis, and is free with a retiring collection in aid of the Royal British Legion.

The choir’s musical director, Alex Davies, will play the organ, and local musician Nick Brown will conduct.

This is the choir’s first public performance together since the start of the pandemic last spring.

“The Fauré Requiem is reflective and moving and is sure to be familiar to many listeners,” said Alex.

“We hope people will see the concert as an opportunity for reflection as well as a chance to hear some beautiful music.   

COVID-19 safety measures will be in place at the concert, with stewards to ensure social distancing.

About Lyme Bay Chorale

Lyme Bay Chorale is an SATB choir of about 25 singers, based in Lyme Regis. In nonpandemic times it gives two concerts of classical and modern choral music each year (spring and Advent) in St Michael’s Parish Church.

The choir has been performing for more than a decade and has developed a fine reputation that attracts large audiences.

Musical director Alex Davies is also the organist at St Michael’s. He trained at Trinity College of Music and worked at various London churches with professional choirs and was a cathedral organ scholar before moving back to his home town.

More details about the choir and its Young Singers Bursary Scheme are available online at

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