. . in which Covid-19 took centre stage.
. . . in which Paul Carr's Stabat mater was given its world première, Britten's War Requiem was performed (twice) with Brian Kay's Burford Singers, and a CD was recorded.
. . . which started with a Russian flavour, included Savitri Grier playing Mendelssohn, and in which we said "Farewell" to Ian le Grice, accompanist of long-standing.
. . . in which Thomas Gould played Beethoven, and a mass of children sang Zimbe!
. . . in which Verdi's Requiem was performed to a sold-out Queen Elizabeth Hall.
. . . in which Snape Maltings was the venue for a concert including Vaughan Williams' Sea Symphony and Walton's Belshazzar's Feast.
. . . in which the fledgling EAC, under the name of the St Mary's Chorus, performed its first concert