Sunday 28th April, 2024  6pm
St John’s Arts & Recreation Centre, Old Harlow, Essex

‘Music to celebrate the new light of Spring’

Join CORO 94 for an evening of sublimely beautiful choral music, inspired by the themes of light, hope and peace. 

Highlights of our eclectic programme will include: 

Awen  (Paul Fincham)  • Northern Lights (Gjeilo)
O Nata Lux (Anna Lapwood) • Abendlied (Josef Rheinberger)
O Radiant Dawn  (James MacMillan)  True Light (Keith Hampton)
All Will Be Well  (Will Todd)  • Can We Sing The Darkness To Light  (Kyle Peterson)
You Do Not Walk Alone  (Elaine Hagenberg)
…and many more fantastic pieces!

Concert Info

DATE:   Sunday 28th April
TIME:   6pm start (doors open 5:30pm)
VENUE:   St John’s Arts & Recreation Centre,
Market Street,
Old Harlow,
CM17 0AJ


£18 full / £16 concessions  / under 18s FREE

NB: Tickets are on sale via our official partner, TryBooking.com .
A few tickets will also be available to buy on the door, subject to availability.
(Cash only please)

There will be a short interval in which drinks will be available – both soft and alcoholic – for a small donation. You can also take part in our raffle, with some lovely prizes to be won! 

Coro 94

Sarah-Jane Franklin Wood    Music Director
Antony Camillo – Piano

CORO 94 are one of the UK’s finest chamber choirs, founded by the legendary British choral director Michael Kibblewhite. 

LUX’ is their first concert of 2024, and features a programme of beautiful and uplifting pieces which explore the themes of light, hope and peace. 

As well as celebrating the coming of Spring, much of the music performed will also feel especially poignant in the wake of Michael’s passing last November. His loss continues to be felt deeply within the Coro family, as many of the choir members have been singing with Michael – and each other – for decades, often since childhood. These unique and lifelong bonds are a huge part of what makes Coro 94 such a special choir, with an indefinable ‘magic’ which Michael was so proud of. 


Moving into 2024, there was an overriding sense amongst the entire group that, despite their grief, the choir really needed to continue singing, working and performing together into the future. This was not just to continue Michael’s incredible work – and to fulfil some of his longer-term visions for the choir – but also to honour the great man himself in the best way possible… by doing what they love the most: singing. 

We hope that Coro 94 will continue to be a part of his incredible legacy for many years to come, as his musical DNA is woven throughout the heart and soul of the choir. 


For this Spring concert, we are very proud to present
Sarah-Jane Franklin Wood as the choir’s official new Music Director. After doing an incredible job of standing-in as ‘interim MD’ over the last year. we hope that you will join us in giving her the warmest of welcomes, and wishing her all the very best for her own unique journey into the future. 

Sarah-Jane is joined by Antony Camillo on the piano, as our wonderful accompanist for this concert. 



Sunday 28th April, 2024  6pm