Upcoming

Music on the Mind

music on the mind posterMusic on the Mind

by Harvey Brough

libretto by Justin Butcher

A musical exploration of the complex and sensitive issues surrounding mental health

With settings of poems by John Clare, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Emily
Dickinson and more. Plus a musical  interpretation of  Kay Redfield Jamison’s ground-breaking
memoir, An Unquiet Mind.

Performed by Vox Holloway Community Choir and the Maudsley Hospital’s Mind and Soul Choir

                                                             With soloists Clara Sanabras and Stephan Loges and the David Le Page Ensemble

Where: Shoreditch Town Hall. When: 6.30pm, Sunday 24 November. Book your tickets here

Christmas Concert

An imaginative programme of Christmas music, with new arrangements of seasonal favourites, plus audience participation.

Featuring: Vox Holloway, children’s choir, piano and brass quartet.

Where: St Luke’s . When: Sunday 15 December. Book your tickets here

Spring 2020

Arthur (the decline and fall of the British Empire) & We are the Village Green Preservation Society

As part of the re-release of the Kinks’ 1969 album Arthur (The decline and fall of the British Empire)Ray Davies has commissioned new arrangements of several songs.

The concert will include a repeat performance of Harvey Brough’s arrangement of the classic 1968 Kinks’ album We are the Village Green Preservation Society, with specially recorded voiceovers by Sir Ray.

Performed by: Vox Holloway and Young Vox children’s choir.

Soloists: Clara Sanabras and Rick Leigh PLUS the David Le Page Ensemble.

Where: Shoreditch Town Hall

When: Saturday 15 February

 

 

 

 

 

Freedom Song

FREEDOM SONG – When Gospel Came to the Empire by Harvey Brough (music) and Justin Butcher (words).

Performed by Vox Holloway and the Hackney Empire choir

‘Woke up to Freedom’

The inspiring true story of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, a group of emancipated slaves who took to the road in 1871 to raise funds for their university and introduced the world to the riches of plantation spirituals.

At: Hackney Empire, 291 Mare Street, London, E8 1EJ

Sunday 24 March,  6pm

Click here for tickets: £10 – £35 (plus £1 per ticket online, £1.25 per ticket over the phone).