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Classical and contemporary concerts in United Kingdom
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|27 May 2018|
|Britten Sinfonia return to perform at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2018|
|7 July 2018|
|Worcestershire Symphony Orchestra|
|12 July 2018|
St Andrew's Hall
|Britten Sinfonia Academy perform in an hour long chamber concert|
|28 July 2018 until 4 August 2018|
|Three Choirs Festival|
|13 December 2018 until 16 December 2018|
|On Stage - choral festival|
Britain's second largest city and Europe's 8th most populous metropolitan city, Birmingham has got a perfect location, right at the heart of Britain, with only one hour and a half by train from London and just one hour to Shakespeare's home, Stratford-upon-Avon.
|27 July 2019 until 3 August 2019|
|Three Choirs Festival|
|9 November 2017|
St Katharine Cree
86 Leadenhall Street
£15, students £12
Ad Libitum Chamber Choir
Julian Collings, conductor
Colin Spinks, organ
William Byrd: Mass for four voices
Arvo Pšrt: Salve Regina
Eric Whitacre: Water Night
Josef Rheinberger: Abendlied
Edgar Bainton: And I saw a new heaven
Charles Wood: O Thou, the central orb
ĎCornucopia Musicaleí brings together an eclectic selection of beautiful sacred and secular music from the English, American and European choral traditions. We will be performing the concert in the beautiful ancient church of St Katharine Cree, near Aldgate and Tower Hill tube stations.
|28 October 2017|
St George's RC church
Sansome Place, Worcester
|An Autumn Serenade with The Elgar Chorale and Trianon|
|11 November 2017|
St Anne's Church Bewdley
Load Street, Bewdley
|'Lux Aeterna" - A concert in aid of The Children's Society|
|10 March 2018|
Great Malvern Priory
Church Street, Malvern
|'Psalmfest' a concert of works by English composers based on the Psalms|
|30 June 2018|
St John in Bedwardine Church, Worcester
1A Bromyard Rd, Worcester WR2 5BS
|'Stars & Stripes' - a programme of popular American music|
|8 December 2017|
The Guildhall, Worcester
High St, Worcester WR1 2EY
|The Mayor's Christmas Charity concert|
|16 December 2017|
Christ Church Cathedral
00 44 1865 305 305
The Cathedral Singers of Christ Church in the glorious surroundings of the Cathedral
The Cathedral Singers of Christ Church Christmas Concert is always a highlight of the festive season at Christ Church. This year will be even more special, as the Singers are joined by Oxybaroxy, the Oxfordshire Youth Baroque Strings, and a quartet of tremendous young soloists, to perform Handelís uplifting Messiah, under director James Morley Potter.
|18 November 2017|
5A Bloomsbury Square
|VI LONDON MUSIC FESTIVAL WKMT|
WKMT students will have the choice of performing in front of an audience while being professionally recorded.
This takes part of the teaching process WKMT believes in. The skills of performing and focusing under pressure.
Students of all levels and ages. By the end of the festival, we will count with professional concerts also.
11 to 2 pm - Children concerts.
Catering and drinks between.
3 to 7 pm - Adults performances.
Drinks and Professional concerts.
|9 December 2017|
St George's, Bloomsbury
14.00 / 12.00
Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir, Greg Morris (conductor), James Way (tenor)
Brahmsís Three Songs, opus 42, Stanfordís The Bluebird, Vaughan Williamsís Three Shakespeare Songs and Schubertís setting of Psalm 23.
During Franz Schubertís short lifetime, informal, unadvertised gatherings Ė known as Schubertiades Ė were frequently held in the apartments of wealthy patrons, showcasing the composerís more intimate works. These evenings quickly became popular in early-19th-century Vienna, were typically sponsored by friends or aficionados of Schubertís music, and also featured poetry readings, dancing, and other sociable pastimes. Many Schubertiades included the composerís participation, accompanying notable soloists, and eventually gatherings also took place outside Austriaís capital, as Schubertís fame spread.
CMLís first visit to St Georgeís, Bloomsbury, presents an intriguing, relaxed evening of a cappella and accompanied chamber works, including Brahmsís Three Songs, opus 42, Stanfordís The Bluebird, Vaughan Williamsís Three Shakespeare Songs and Schubertís sublime setting of Psalm 23.
Rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Londonís leading chamber choirs, Collegium Musicum of London will round off its 2017 season with this varied and accessible programme, under Greg Morrisís inspired musical direction.
Joining CML, fresh from his triumphant collaboration with the choir in last Aprilís St John Passion, at Temple Church, will be the exciting young tenor and former Britten-Pears Young Artist, James Way.
Born in Sussex, tenor James was winner of second prize Prize in the 62nd Kathleen Ferrier Awards at the Wigmore Hall. He was awarded the 2016 Simon Sandbach Award from Garsington Opera, and the Ďmost promising singerí award at the Dean and Chadlington Singing Competition.
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