Tsunami Requiem Workshop

Saturday 6 October 2018 – 9.30am – 4pm
St Pauls Church Hall, Paignton
GRAHAM WILI Workshop Director

Fishing boat on Indian Ocean beach
Calm before choas

The Tsunami Requiem is a moving and compelling work telling the story of the devastating tsunami which hit the fishing villages of Tamil Nadu in South India in 2004.

In conjunction with English Philharmonia, South Devon Choir invites you to join us for a day of singing, fun and camaraderie accessible for all abilities, led with energy, humour and vocal expertise by music director Graham Wili and composer Chris Williams.

To find out more about the piece listen as the composer, Chris Williams describes why he chose to create this lovely work.

To book your place:

Tickets £18

Further Details

Timing for the Day

9.30am  Doors open and Registration
10am     Workshop commences.
Lunch (timing to suit on the day
Apprx 3pm Refreshment break and arrival of friends and family
3.30pm Informal run-through for friends and family
(Note – timings may be subject to change on the day)

Refreshments & Breaks

There will be mid-morning and afternoon breaks for refreshments.

Tea and coffee will be available at 50p per cup and there will be cake available for purchase.

Please make your own arrangements for lunch.  There is Co-op just across the road from the church hall for the purchase of snacks, sandwiches and drinks.


Score hire is included in the ticket price.  A deposit may be charged but is yet to be advised.  Please check this page for updates.
Scores will also be available to purchase on the day at £8.00 (RRP £8.95).  Please indicate when booking if you would like to purchase a score in order that sufficient quantities of scores are available.  CDs of the work will also be available for purchase.