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Other Events

We often list here other music-related events taking place in the Malvern area which we think might be of interest. Please note that event information is not necessarily in chronological order of performance.
30/04/19
For its main concert in the first half of 2019, the Hills Singers, assisted by Corinne Frost (cello) and Penny Vere (piano), offer an exciting programme. The first half is devoted to religious pieces: Zielinski’s Vox in Rama, Thomas Tallis’ Lamentations I & II, J.S. Bach’s Fürchte dich nicht, Ola Gjeilo’s Sincerity (O magnum mysterium) and James Macmillan’s O radiant dawn. The second half is secular, including the Five flower Songs of Benjamin Britten and pieces by Elgar, Ireland and Finzi. Corinne will be playing the Six Studies in English Folk Song.

Tickets £10: available from Angie Green 07756 722426


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30/04/19
Kington Choral Society returns to St. Andrew’s, Presteigne to perform Monteverdi’s exhilarating ‘Vespers’ of 1610. Supported by early music band, ‘Canzona’ and seven young professional soloists, (variously having sung with Genesis Sixteen, Monteverdi Apprentices and Kings College Cambridge) this promises to be a very special evening. Robert Evans will lead a double choir in this challenging and energetic work, with Hilary Norris on chamber organ.

Secure your tickets early at £12 online from www.kingtonchoral.org.uk or from local outlets:
Courtyard Antiques, Presteigne; Tower House Gallery, Knighton; Border Bean, Kington; Ye Olde Steppes, Pembridge; Central Stores, Eardisley.

Limited availability on the door at £14

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30/04/19
Keen singers are invited to come and join the Worcestershire Symphony Orchestra in a day working with conductor Keith Slade and chorus master Kate Cheetham on one of the greatest choral works ever written. The morning will be spent working with Kate Cheetham and a professional accompanist. Bring a picnic lunch - tea and coffee will be available at St Martins - or buy locally (Tesco Express 2 mins walk, etc). After lunch the choir will join with WSO to explore the music with their principal conductor, Keith Slade.

The £12.50 fee includes hire for the day of the choir score. Choir places will be reserved on a first come first served basis so please book early to guarantee a place.
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Tickets are available via this link to Eventbrite