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Invicta Voices presents Shining Night

London based a capella choir host special concert in Christ Church, Worthing on Saturday 16 November.


Join Invicta Voices for a concert in aid of St Barnabas House hospice, featuring choral masterpieces that reflect dusk to dawn, including works from; Lauridsen, Vaughan Williams, Rachmaninoff, Gjeilo, Sullivan and Brahms.

Tickets are £15, to include a complimentary drinks reception.

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Invicta Voices

Conducted by Matt Bamford, Invicta Voices is a London based a cappella choir formed in October 2014 from alumni and former University of Kent chamber choir members. The singers come from all walks of life including teachers, lawyers, financiers and film production, to name just a few professions. All are united in a shared passion for music and choral singing.

The choir has enjoyed some unique opportunities including performances at the House of Lords and Canterbury Cathedral.

They are supported by Eureka! Foundation.

Matt Bamford

Matt graduated from the University of Kent in 2014 having read International Business. Whilst studying at Kent, he was the student conductor of the University Chamber Choir and was also Musical Director for the University Musical Theatre Society.

Matt works at Morgan Stanley as a Regulatory Remuneration Specialist and also conducts Invicta Voices and Invicta Upper Voices. He has conducted at many venues across the UK and Europe including Canterbury Cathedral, St. Martin in the Fields, Kings Place, St. James’s Piccadilly and in Leichlingen, Germany.

Matt regularly partners with Reading Youth Orchestra and Henley Music Centre and has conducted twinning weekends with Henley and Leichlingen Musicians in the UK and Germany. In December 2018, Matt conducted the Morgan Stanley Choir at Childline’s Merry Little Christmas Concert at Holy Trinity Sloane Square raising over £45,000 for Childline.

He is looking forward to conducting Invicta Voices in a performance of Puccini’s Messa di Gloria in March 2020.