Choral Concert 1995, The English Mozart Players and Singers with the Shaldon Festival Chorus
Type: Concert
Date: Saturday 29 July 1995

English Mozart Players and Singers
with the Shaldon Festival Chorus

Antony le Fleming: Conductor
Aubrey Maybin: Organ
Rosalind Waters: Soprano
Hillary Phoenix: Alto
Derrick Phoenix: Bass
Mark Boocock: Bass

Handel: Zadok the Priest
Handel: Organ Concerto No. 6 in Bb
Antony le Fleming: Cantate Domino
Haydn: Mass in D Minor ‘Nelson’


In 1995 the Shaldon Festival Committee commissioned Antony le Fleming to compose a work especially for the Festival. Thus Cantate Domino came into being, a work requiring an eight part chorus and based on Psalm 98. The English Mozart Singers formed one choir and Eric Yeo invited members of local choirs, and interested singers, to form the second choir which became The Festival Chorus. Rehearsals took place over four Thursdays preceding the concert, on Friday July 28th open to the public as a workshop and on the Saturday afternoon of the concert.

Parking Map for St Peter's Church, Shaldon


St Peter’s Church, Bridge Road, Shaldon, TQ14 0DB


1. Long Stay Public Carpark ½ mile from the church, reached through the village or off the A379 coast road to Torquay, postcode TQ14 0HP – 381 spaces, “pay & display” during the day but free after 6.00pm. Allow 15 minutes for the blue walking route shown.
2. Short Stay Public Carpark, opposite the church, postcode TQ14 0BP – 48 spaces, “pay & display” subject to a short stay 4 hour limit during the day but free after 6.00pm.
3. Extra parking – limited space adjoining the recreation ground reached from Ringmore Road but with easy pedestrian access to the Church along the estuary embankment. If using this area, please park “tidily” to maximise the usable space; this area is only available for parking as a special arrangement for the Festival.


Please telephone Malcolm Watson on 01626 873492 if you need help with letting someone alight at the church and/or need seating space for a wheelchair. In addition, there are a very few parking spaces close to the church which we can reserve for those with mobility difficulties on a first come, first served, basis.