Updated 17th May, 2015

Last night’s concert (16th May) – Music in the Great War – attracted a sell-out audience who enjoyed simply splendid performances of music by seven composers which illustrated something of those troubled times.

Thanks to Sam Laughton for choosing this inspiring programme and for directing the group; to Bene’t Coldstream our tenor in two of the pieces and Fiona Brodie, the soloist in the Herbert Howells Elegy for viola, string quartet and string orchestra.

               Audience Comment:

“Terrific concert last night. Such a brilliant choice of works – interesting, rich, playful, thoughtful and contrasting.
Ending up with Sospiri was lovely.”

We return for our next season – our 20th – on Saturday 14th November at the Amersham Free Church.  Click the ‘Concerts’ tab for more details.

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