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May

Saturday 4 May, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Ashford Choral Society
Verdi Requiem

 

Claire Seaton soprano
Angharad Lyddon mezzo
Jonathan Stoughton tenor
Simon Thorpe baritone
Mark Deller conductor

 

T: £20, £16, £12 / Under 16s half-price on all tickets: click here

Tickets sold on behalf of Ashford Choral Society


Fri 17 May, Command of the Oceans Gallery, The Historic Dockyard Chatham, 7.15pm

University of Kent Chamber Choir and Consort
The Building of the Ship

 

Daniel Harding conductor

 

An hour-long sequence of words and choral music, centred around maritime history and the construction of a 19th-century sailing ship. This concert is set in the award-winning gallery complex, amidst the story of The Historic Dockyard’s 2,500 strong workforce during the Age of Sail, and a scale model of Nelson’s flagship, HMS Victory.

 

T: Full £7 / Students £4: click here


Tuesday 28 May, Canterbury Cathedral Quire, 5.30pm

Image credit: Canterbury CathedralUniversity of Kent Cecilian Choir
Choral Evensong

 

Daniel Harding conductor

 

Including music by Elgar, Smith and Stanford.


Wednesday 29 May, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

Lunchtime Concert
CantiaQuorum
¡You say choreeetho and I say choritzo!

 

Tuneful tapas to tempt you this lunchtime - join CantiaQuorum as they explore the spicy sounds of Spain. Whatever the Canterbury forecast the sun will be shining in the hall today. Folksongs of de Falla lead us on an adventure around España. ¡Hasta luego!

 

T: Free, with suggested donation £3


Friday 31 May, Canterbury Cathedral Eastern Crypt, 7.30pm

University of Kent Chamber Choir and Consort

Daniel Harding, Hannah Ost conductors

 

From Vivaldi’s dramatic Credo, across Europe to American spirituals, choral music from the Baroque to the present-day, including works by Haydn, Mozart, James Webb and movements from Between Worlds for choir and solo violin by Anna Phoebe to launch Summer Music Week.

 

T: Full £13 / Unreserved £7: click here
In memory of David Humphreys whose fund continues to sponsor this annual concert in memory of his wife, Julia.

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