25 Apr 2018
St. Clement Danes, Strand, London WC2R 1DH
An evening of music at St. Clement Danes, the Central Church of the Royal Air Force, performed by the Parliament Choir together with members of the Choir of St. Clement Danes, accompanied by Nicholas O’Neill (organ and piano). The repertoire will range from ‘God be in my Head’ (Walford Davies, the first composer of the RAF), a commission by Paul Leddington Wright to mark RAF 100, to Walton’s ‘Spitfire Prelude’ and ‘Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines’.
Tickets (£26 and £11) may be purchased using this Eventbrite link
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What our attendees have said:
“I am a bit rusty, but I thoroughly enjoyed the shorthand”;
“This is really good practice”;
“I’d like to do this again.”
“That was lovely thank you. The modern stuff suits me better.”
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