Led by Helen Smee and the Voices of London Festival, Ahoy! London is a choral
education project taking place in 2018, featuring Alexander L’Estrange’s cantata Ahoy! Sing for the Mary Rose.
Ahoy! is a sequence of choral arrangements of songs from the time of King Henry VIII, sea shanties, and an original song by L’Estrange, Full Fathom Five. It is scored for SATB choir,
unison children’s choir, jazz quintet (piano, bass, drums, accordion & violin).
Each performance will feature a local youth choir partner, and groups and choirs from local schools. In the run-up to the performance, participating schools and music groups will be given support
with learning and preparation, including joint rehearsals and workshops, from our lead youth choirs and the Festival outreach team.
HYC will be the lead partner for the project's Islington performance on Saturday 17 March 2018, alongside young singers from across north London.
Sat 17 March | 7.00pm
Highbury Junior Choir
Mihi quidem Antiochum, quem audis, satis belle videris attendere. Hanc igitur quoque transfer in animum dirigentes.
Women in Music
Tamen a proposito, inquam, aberramus. Non igitur potestis voluptate omnia dirigentes aut tueri aut retinere virtutem.