Harold Williams sings My Grandfather's Clock
Arnold Greir plays The Prize Song
28 May - 2 June 1951 Six Festival of Britain Concerts
Webster Booth sang in these concerts held at Davis Theatre, Croydon.
11 July 1951, Leeds Town Hall
He Was Despised - Marjorie Thomas
20 October 1951. Elijah at Royal Albert Hall, with Dorothy Bond, Mary Jarred, Webster Booth and Owen Brannigan. Organist: Arnold Greir. Orchestra conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent.
Marked by Webster Booth on the cover of his Elijah score:
Mary Jarred sings The Lord's Prayer
18 February 1953, Royal Albert Hall. Ash Wednesday
Gladys Ripley sings Where Corals Lie (Elgar)
1 December 1953, Town Hall, Huddersfield
9 January 1954
Webster Booth sings Heavenly Aida
7 April 1955 - Stainer's Crucifixion.
Webster Booth and the up-and-coming baritone
John Heddle Nash are artists in the Good Friday performance of
Stainer's Crucifixion at All Souls', Langham Place with
choirs from Brighton, Reading, Colchester and Wisbech,
together with the BBC Chorus conducted by Leslie Woodgate,
and with Dr Thalben Ball at the organ.
All Souls, Langham Place
This concert on 29 April 1955 was to celebrate Sir Malcolm's 60th birthday. He chose the soloists personally.
13 August 1955
Henry Wood Promenade Concerts - 61st season
ROYAL ALBERT HALL
Tonight at 7.30.
Soloists: Webster Booth
Hiawatha's Wedding Feast (Coleridge Taylor)
Song Cycle: To Julia (Quilter - arranged Sargent)
Peter Katin (Piano)
BBC Choral Society (Chorus master: Leslie Woodgate)
Royal Choral Society,
BBC Symphony Orchestra (Leader: Paul Beard)
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent.
Town Hall, Dewsbury.
Judas Maccabaeus (Handel),
Dewsbury and District Music Society
Honor Sheppard, Peggy Castle, Webster Booth and Owen Brannigan,
Lemare Orchestra, conducted by Dr Percy G. Saunders.
After a concert tour of the Cape Province, Webster Booth returned to the UK to fulfil a Messiah engagement with the Huddersfield Choral Society in December 1955. The Booths left the UK to settle in South Africa on board the Pretoria Castle in July 1956.