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Songs of resistance and hope … Harvey Brough and Monica Vasconcelos Te Te Te-te-e-te … Monica calls to the choir And the choir responds … Te Te Te-te-e-te Ilê Ayê … A star is born, and his name is James … Continue reading
Harvey works his magic Oh, we’re a gonna sing (without scores) Gladstone meets George White: Sam West and Justin Butcher Get on board, children: the Riverside Singers (Riverside School, Barking) Ella Sheppard takes charge: Emily Dankworth gives us a D … Continue reading
In 1871 a group of singers from Nashville, Tennessee, took to the road, arriving in London with a music that had never before been heard in public. But this was no ordinary choir. The Fisk Jubilee Singers were students who … Continue reading
Join us this Sunday 6 March for our concert, A Hum about Mine Ears, taking place in the Barbcian. A composition by Clara Sanabras, orchestrated by Harvey Brough, which sets Shakespeare’s The Tempest in new surroundings. Vox Holloway will be … Continue reading