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June 2018

Birmingham Bach Choir presents an evening of Italian choral music in Great Malvern Priory

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    Brahms - A German Requiem   Ticket price includes a £1 contribution to our heritage fund.

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  Welsh National Opera presents an uproarious comic entertainment Rhondda Rips It Up! is a riotous romp through the life of Margaret Haig Thomas (Lady Rhondda), the Newport suffragette whose activities paved the way for women’s rights in the personal, professional and political worlds. Performed in a classic music hall style, with original songs inspired by the suffragette slogans, this tongue-in-cheek production takes you on a whirlwind tour of the inspiring activist’s mission. We’re guided through the story by our…

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  Vivaldi Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 “Alla rustica” Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin (lute) D major RV93 Vivaldi Sinfonia in B minor, RV 169 “Al santo sepolcro” Vivaldi Concerto for Mandolin in C major RV 425 Vivaldi Four Seasons An adventurous soloist, Avi Avital is one of today's most exciting musicians. Accomplished in a range of genres and a regular commissioner of new works for the mandolin, Avital has quickly gained global recognition as a true pioneer for the instrument. Performing Vivaldi…

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July 2018

  Armonico Consort Director Christopher Monks The Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge Experience the world of Tallis' 40-part Spem in Alium and Striggio's 60-part Mass and be immersed in 360° surround sound. Supersize Polyphony 360 is a celebration of large-scale works from the 16th century, performed surrounding the audience. The unique programme features epic motets, such as Tallis' Spem in Alium and Striggio's Ecce Beatam Lucem, alongside the rarely performed 60 part Missa Ecco Si Beato Giorno. Interspersed…

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All Male Iolanthe

July 10th - July 14th

  Torches flash in the darkness as a party of naughty schoolboys adventure into the magical surroundings of an old theatre. Amid all the backstage paraphernalia they discover a Narnia-like wardrobe and a dusty copy of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe. What follows is pure magic! 'If you remember the impact of Joe Papp’s ground-breaking Pirates of Penzance 30 years ago then this is a similar moment: a tired operetta kicked into new, fizzing life.'  The Observer Universally regarded as Sir Arthur Sullivan’s…

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