Tag Archives: Christina Gill

The Sun Does Shine – a new oratorio

The Sun Does Shine Vox Holloway presents a new oratorio based on the inspiring true story of Anthony Ray Hinton, an innocent man who spent 30 years on Death Row Music by Harvey Brough, lyrics by Justin Butcher Sunday 27 February at … Continue reading

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When Harvey met Johnny …

At some point in the 1980s (he can’t remember exactly when), our very own Harvey Brough and the Wallbangers supported the great Johnny Cash at the Cork Jazz festival – and here’s the proof. This priceless picture (with Harvey too … Continue reading

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Everything Must Change: Songs of Liberation and Transformation

The third term in the life of Vox Holloway’s online offspring – Virtual Vox – features a musical exploration of what many are thinking, as the pandemic enters its second year: everything must change. How can music help us with … Continue reading

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Sergeant Pepper’s cure for lonely hearts

It was wonderful to be there, it was certainly a thrill for the singers who joined the first rehearsal of Virtual Vox’s autumn term. Nearly 250 people from all over the UK and beyond have already accessed our first online … Continue reading

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Liane Carroll and Edward Elgar – a midsummer dream stream

Streaming on YouTube from Saturday 11 June Music that sings across centuries will feature in a unique pairing of jazz legend Liane Carroll and classical composer Edward Elgar for a concert guaranteed to transport you out of the isolation blues. … Continue reading

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