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AFRICAN SANCTUS IN CHOLSEY

AFRICAN SANCTUS IN CHOLSEY

Cranford Choral celebrates its 20th anniversary by repeating its first ever concert, African Sanctus at St Mary's Church, Cholsey, on 13th June at 7.30 pm.

The group is well populated by Brightwell singers, and will be supported by Wallingford Children's Choir. For tickets or more information, visit  http://www.cranfordchoral.org.uk or phone Anthony Finn on 01491 835540.

Anthony Finn writes: 'The work is quite unique, blending original African tribal music recorded by composer David Fanshawe with a Latin mass sung over the top of the recordings. We are supported by Backbeat Percussion, a top-class percussion group as well as soprano soloist Maureen Brathwaite, both of whom have performed the work many times all over the world. Maureen sang at David Fanshawe’s memorial concert in the Royal Festival Hall. We are also supported by Wallingford Children’s Choir and will have a talk from David’s brother James Fanshawe who was involved with the piece from the outset.

'The evening promises to be exciting, lively, colourful and fun.'

It’s at 7.30 pm at St Mary’s Church, Cholsey.  << Go Back
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