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WORLD-BEATING CONCERT: TICKETS NOW ON SALE

WORLD-BEATING CONCERT: TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Music lovers are in for a rare treat when the internationally renowned British soprano Claire Booth sings at St Agatha's Church on February, 15th. Tickets for the concert are now on sale at the Village Stores.

Claire and her family are relative newcomers to Mackney and her performance locally will raise funds for St Agatha’s Church. She will sing opera arias by Mozart and Rossini, selected folk songs by Percy Grainger as well as music by Claude Debussy and Robert Schumann. Claire will be accompanied on piano by Christopher Glynn, a Professor at the Royal College of Music.

Alec McGivan writes: 'Claire has become internationally renowned both for her extraordinary breadth of repertoire and for the vitality and musicianship she brings to the operatic stage and concert platform.

'Having appeared with Scottish Opera, Welsh National Opera and English National Opera the next twelve months will see Claire perform at the Royal Opera House as well as her debuts with both the Boston Symphony and Los Angeles Philarmonic orchestras. But the really exciting news is that amid her performances all over the world Claire has very generously offered to find time to appear at our very own St Agatha’s on Saturday 15th February (6pm).'

Tickets cost £15 (£5 for students and under-18s).


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