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A Concert for The Bells of St Mary's

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Through a combination of solo and choral pieces, this concert will present German and English music from the 18th to the 21st century by composers Handel, Schumann, Brahms, Rheinberger, Gurney, Ireland, Quilter, Roe, Jones, Lauridsen and Chilcott.
The concert will start at 18:00 and finish by approximately 19:30. There will be an interval of 20 minutes.
Soloists: Jonathan Williams (Tenor) and Robert Carlin (Tenor)
Accompanist: Philip Kaye
Choir: W10 Singers

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A Concert for The Bells of St Mary's

Type:Music

St Mary's Church Hampton, Church Street, Hampton, TW12 2EB

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