Sun, 13 Oct|
All Saints, Great Chesterford
One Earth, One Sea, One Sky
A concert that sings of our wonderful world and the threats to it
Time & Location
13 Oct 2019, 19:00
All Saints, Great Chesterford, Church St, Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden CB10, UK, UK
About The Event
Chamber choir Granta Chorale sings a wide range of music on an environmental theme, including:
Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs
Purcell Fairest Isle
Debussy’s chanson ‘Winter you are nothing but a wretch!'
Renaissance and folk pieces on the heartbreak of refugees
Extracts from Janet Wheeler’s Sea Tongue (on the story of Dunwich’s coastal erosion) and On the Breath of the Sky (on the plight of the albatross)
Choral versions of jazz standards Stormy Weather, and What a Wonderful World
Sarah Cattley Dance the Seven Seas
with a guest performance from the choir of Great Chesterford Primary Academy, singing music about coral reefs and the richness of the rainforest.
The concert starts at 7pm and finishes with refreshments laid on by All Saints’ Church.
A donation will go to Eden Reforestation Projects.