Saturday 16 June 2018
Queens' College Chapel & Long Gallery
The award winning London Adventist Chorale, director Ken Burton has made a strong impact on the choral world internationally through its moving performances, combining, as one music critic put it, 'discipline with fervour'.
Its repertoire includes African-American Spirituals, close harmony, and Western choral music from Renaissance through to new commissions. The Chorale's performances often receive long standing-ovations and have been enjoyed by tens of millions world wide on stage, screen, recordings and radio. They have performed in Toronto's Sky Dome before an audience of seventy thousand and in most of the UK's major performance venues, also at the BBC Proms, in the Houses of Parliament and in Buckingham Palace.
A special evening and unique social event. After a welcome drink, hosted in the Elizabethan Long Gallery, in the President’s Lodge by Suzi Digby (Lady Eatwell), the concert starts on the Mathematical Bridge (if fine) and continues in the College Chapel. The ticket price includes more wine and canapés in the interval.
Help to improve education and the life chances of children in the most disadvantaged communities in Africa by supporting the work of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Schools Enrichment Centre (AIMSSEC). In 2012 AIMSSEC won the UNESCO-Hamdan Prize for Outstanding Practice and Performance in Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers in Developing Countries. Charity number 1138466.
2h 45 minutes with an interval