The London performance of the “A Candle: Songs of Freedom” is on Sunday 6th May at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
“A Candle: Songs of Freedom” is a song cycle specially composed for Amnesty’s 50th anniversary by Helen Chadwick, Sianed Jones, Karen Wimhurst and Katherine Zeserson.
The concert will be performed by members of choirs who have already sung the music. They will be conducted by Sian Croose who commissioned the pieces.
The performance will be accompanied by readings.
It will take place in the Front Room of the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre at 3.30pm on Sunday 6th May.
The performance will be part of the Southbank’s Festival of Choral Music for Social Change taking place over the weekend.
The concert is free of charge
The performance will be preceded by a workshop lead by Sian Croose at 1.45pm.
When: Sunday 6th May 3.30pm (Additional Workshop at 1.45pm)
Where: Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, LONDON, SE1 8XX
Contact: David Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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