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Yanomamo – featuring Winchester Cathedral Junior & Youth Choir

Saturday 23 June 2018 - 7.30pm
Winchester Cathedral, Quire

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS NOW BEING HELD IN THE QUIRE AND ALL SEATS ARE UNRESERVED
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If you have any questions please contact the Cathedral Box Office on 01962 857275


Winchester Cathedral Junior and Youth Choirs

Present

Yanamamo By Peter Rose and Anne Conlon

Yanamamo is an ecological composition, commissioned by the World Wide Fund For Nature to help us to learn more about the world in which we live. The Yanamamo is a tribe, the forest people, which has lived for thousands of years in harmony with nature. Things change and the tribe and rainforest basin are beset by the pressures of unfulfilled aspirations, poverty, greed and population growth in the surrounding countries. It sets out to illustrate the problems that exist in the Amazon Basin today, problems that are debated around the world.
Its message is simple:

The laws which demand the greatest respect are the unwritten laws which link all living things.

Both choirs will be providing solos throughout Yanamamo. The Cathedral Junior Choir, formed just 18 months ago, is an unauditioned choir for children from Hampshire, aged between 6 and 13 years. The Cathedral Youth Choir, for young people from 15 to 22 years old, will be supporting this programme, providing additional solos and contributing some choral items of their own.

Tickets £10, (booking fee applies)
Winchester Cathedral Box Office 01962 857275

23/06/2018 19:30
Octavoce Choir presents 'Songs for Nature' in support of the Cameron Bespolka Trust

Friday 6 July 2018 - 7.30pm
The Hospital of St Cross Church, St Cross Road, Winchester, SO23 9SD
Doors Open at 7pm

Octavoce, a select 8-voice choir from Scotland, is coming to Hampshire for the first time ever to sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust, fresh from sell-out performances in Edinburgh and the Black Isle. They will sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust to create opportunities to connect children with nature and wildlife.

“Songs for Nature” is a musical celebration of nature held in two beautiful churches. Choose from either the magnificent church of The Hospital of St. Cross in Winchester on 6th July or the tiny Anglo-Saxon jewel of All Saints’ church, near Stockbridge on 7th July.

To Book Tickets for All Saints Church Click Here

The concert “Songs for Nature” includes a range of music celebrating nature, and birds in particular, Octavoce will perform Orlando Gibbons’ masterpiece The Silver Swan, Bluebird, a Late Romantic motet by Charles Stanford, as well as a selection of Scottish songs, including Loch Lomond and the Skye Boat Song. The evening will end with popular, modern classics such as A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square and Gershwin’s Summertime.

Tickets  £16 includes a glass of superb Cantina Goccia red or white wine + £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5 per transaction, Available from the Box Office 01962 857275, 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday, 11am - 3pm Saturdays, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.

06/07/2018 19:30
Octavoce Choir presents 'Songs for Nature' in support of the Cameron Bespolka Trust, All Saints Church

Saturday 7 July 2018 - 6pm
All Saints Church, Somborne Park Road, Stockbridge, SO20 6QT
Doors Open at 5.30pm

Octavoce, a select 8-voice choir from Scotland, is coming to Hampshire for the first time ever to sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust, fresh from sell-out performances in Edinburgh and the Black Isle. They will sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust to create opportunities to connect children with nature and wildlife.
 
“Songs for Nature” is a musical celebration of nature held in two beautiful churches. Choose from either the magnificent church of The Hospital of St. Cross in Winchester on 6th July or the tiny Anglo-Saxon jewel of All Saints’ church, near Stockbridge on 7th July.

To book tickets for St Cross Church click here

The concert “Songs for Nature” includes a range of music celebrating nature, and birds in particular, Octavoce will perform Orlando Gibbons’ masterpiece The Silver Swan, Bluebird, a Late Romantic motet by Charles Stanford, as well as a selection of Scottish songs, including Loch Lomond and the Skye Boat Song. The evening will end with popular, modern classics such as A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square and Gershwin’s Summertime.

Tickets  £16 includes a glass of superb Cantina Goccia red or white wine + £1 per ticket booking fee, capped at £5 per transaction, Available from the Box Office 01962 857275, 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday, 11am - 3pm Saturdays, Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays.


07/07/2018 18:00
Levellers
Saturday 21st July 2018 - 7pm
Levellers Concert
Winchester Cathedral

With Special Guest Star Ginger Wildheart

On-Sale Friday 20 October 2017

Tickets £28, £25 & £15 + 75p per ticket booking fee (£1 if booking by telephone) capped at £5 per transaction. Available from The Box Office 01962 857275 - 10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday, 11am - 3pm Saturday, Closed Sunday's and Bank Holidays
21/07/2018 19:00
Organ Recital Roger Judd (MVO)
Monday 27th August 2018 - 4pm
Organ Recital - Roger Judd (MVO), St Lawrence's, Ludlow. Ex Assistant Organist, St Georges Chapel, Windsor. Old Chorister - 60th anniversary of leaving the choir.

Winchester Cathedral Quire

Tickets £10 per person + £1 per ticket booking fee (capped at £5 per transaction)
Available from The Box Office 01962 857275
27/08/2018 16:00