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“On Windover Hill” – Music of the Sussex Hills with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at Boxgrove

Sat 7 Mar 2020 7:45pm

St Mary’s and St Blaise, Boxgrove

Booking Details: Tickets £20, see link

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On Windover Hill – Nathan James
Excerpt from Goblin Market – Ruth Gipps
Wyndore, for choir and orchestra – Avril Coleridge-Taylor
Music, when soft voices die – Frank Bridge
The Hills – John Ireland

Join the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Harlequin Chamber Choir, and conductor, Amy Bebbington, for the première of On Windover Hill, a major new cantata inspired by the landscape of the South Downs and the mysterious hill-figure, the Long Man of Wilmington. Supported by Arts Council England, this performance will feature music by composers with strong Sussex links, performed by world-class musicians.

Read preview notes, an interview with Conductor Amy Bebbington and a review.


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