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This year our sister organisation, the Wooburn Singers, are performing a collection of works on a theme of remembrance.  The concert will feature a new composition by Colin Riley and cellist Gabrielle Swallow.

The new composition by Colin Riley - Roads shining like river up hill after rain is a setting of poems by Edward Thomas (picture). Other works include John Taverner’s Svyati, Karl Jenkins’ Benedictus and John Rutter’s Requiem


The Wooburn Singers were founded more than 50 years ago by the late Richard Hickox. The group performs 4-6 concerts a year in the area with concert tours every other year. The group of auditioned singers perform a variety of musical genres.  Some concerts are a capella and others are accompanied by baroque orchestras, harps, and on occasion a jazz trio.

 

For more information please visit  the Wooburn Singers website:  www.wooburnsingers.org.uk


Saturday 21st October 2017 at 7:30 pm

All Saints' Church, The Causeway, Marlow  SL7 2AA

Tickets £15 (£5 students)

For information and tickets ring  01628 482093  or email info@wooburnsingers.org.uk

Programme

Roads shining like river up hill after rain

Colin Riley

Svyati

John Taverner

Benedictus 

Karl Jenkins

Requiem

John Rutter