Two Heads Are Better Than One!

Research for our Sounds Imperial concert revealed a somewhat bizarre story about one of the composers which sounded like something out of the Hammer House of Horror – Joseph Haydn was buried with two heads! Haydn passed away in Vienna on the 31st May, 1809 after a long illness. The More →


From Joseph Haydn to Jonathan Dove

LCS chair Brenda Scanlan challenged our programme compiler Martin Bull to find a link between the Haydn and Mozart at our November 18th concert, our home patch of Lewisham, and the choir itself. Well, nothing came to light to match Haydn, Mozart and Lewisham but Martin did find a link More →


Sounds Imperial comes to New Cross!

Just seven weeks to go until Sounds Imperial regally processes to the Great Hall at Goldsmiths, LCS hopes you mark your calendars for Saturday November 18th… and dare we say it… book a ticket! For this concert, we are presenting a regal extravaganza of choral and orchestral music by Joseph More →


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