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Canterbury Festival Concert – Voces8 From Nave to Stage

Canterbury Festival Concert – Voces8 From Nave to Stage

Voces8 is one of the most exciting and versatile vocal groups in the world. This evening’s programme explores the simple beauty of plainsong and the rich harmonies of Rachmaninov, through to the brilliance of the Rat Pack and the Beatles. This multi award-winning and chart-topping ensemble are really at the top of their game and the Festival is delighted to…
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FRIENDS OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL

FRIENDS OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL

GLAD TIDINGS Imogen Corrigan will dissect the symbolism of Mary and the Annunciation, and examine the world-changing importance of that particular moment. The talk will be richly-illustrated with gorgeous images from the fourth to the sixteenth century. COST: £8 (includes tea and biscuits after the talk) available from The Friends’ Office, 8 The Precincts, or telephone 01227 865292

Mendelssohn’s Elijah with the Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra and CCS Youth Choir

Mendelssohn’s Elijah with the Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra and CCS Youth Choir

Canterbury Choral Society Festival Concert. Sir Willard White will provide an imposing and impressive dimension to the title role in Mendelssohn’s Elijah in Canterbury Cathedral.  Elijah endures as one of the favourite large-scale works for choir and orchestra among choirs and audiences alike – a dramatic biblical saga full of power and intensity, immersed in one of Mendelssohn’s most colourful…
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Encountering Heaven on Earth

Encountering Heaven on Earth

Stanley Spencer’s war-time experience transfigured through faith and art. Talk by: Dr Suzanna Avery-Quash of the National Gallery - paying particular reference to the magnificent Sandham Memorial Chapel at Burghclere Hampshire. Admission to this lecture is free