Contacts / key people

CONTACTS / KEY PEOPLE

CHAIRMAN: BERNARD MARLEY
T: 020 8786 8414
bernardmarley@outlook.com

 

 

 

 

SECRETARY AND GENERAL ENQUIRIES: PAUL WALKER
T: 01372 289162
secretary@epsommalevoicechoir.org.uk

PRESS AND PUBLICITY: COLIN DAVIES
T: 01372 277269
mailto:candjmd@gmail.com

CONCERT MANAGER: CHARLES HOLME
T: 01372 363738
concerts@epsommalevoicechoir.org.uk

TICKET SALES: ROD OʼCONNOR
T: 020 8393 9384

CONCERT ENGAGEMENTS

The choir is available for private events, charity concerts and other funraising events.
To find out more contact: BERNARD MARLEY
T: 020 8786 8414
bernardmarley@outlook.com

Ian AssersohnIan Assersohn Musical Director
Ian is a composer, conductor and pianist and has been Musical Director of EMVC since 2014. He has directed Leatherhead Choral Society since 2001 and also runs the Vaughan Williams Singers, a chamber choir which he founded in 2017. He has worked with numerous other choirs and orchestras over the years, has run many workshops and “come and sing” events and has adjudicated at choral competitions. Ian is a member of the Association of British Choral Directors and the Incorporated Society of Musicians and is on the ABRSM grade examining panel. As a composer of choral music Ian’s music has been recognised in competition: he has won the Bach Choir composition competition, the Cornwall International Male Voice Festival composition competition, the Nicola Dando Prize and the MakingMusic competition.
There is more information on his website www.appletreemusic.net

Lynda Chang Accompanist
Originally a graduate with honours from the Royal College of Music in London, Lynda spent her working life marketing software products for vertical market industries. But life came full circle when she decided to take early retirement and return to music making. In addition to having been accompanist to EMVC since 2010/11, Lynda collaborates and performs with instrumentalists, singers and thespians. She is on the listening panel for Making Music and writes reviews and programme notes for local concerts. She loves the live streaming of operas, ballets and plays into local cinemas and feels lucky to benefit from such technological advances.

 

Juliet Hornby, Deputy Musical Director
Juliet began her singing career in Puccini's Turandot at the Orange Festival in the South of France and then went on to sing in Germany. She has performed in opera, oratorio, recitals and musical both at home and abroad appearing in venues as diverse as Roman amphitheatres, French Chateaux, Istanbul's Topkapi Palace, English cathedrals and Glyndebourne. Juliet lives with her husband, a local GP, and three daughters in Mickleham. She has developed a strong rapport with the choir since joining us in 2009