28th May 2o16
I should be most grateful if you would display or circulate this poster or for the interest of your members.
The Kent Chamber Choir enjoys a reputation for the highest quality singing and will be performing a programme that ranges from the 15th to the 21st century. Part of the programme reflects Shakespeare’s Anniversary and includes arrangements of his songs and sonnets by Vaughan Williams and by Sir George Shearing, while madrigals by Thomas Morley, a contemporary of Shakespeare also feature.
J S Bach’s jubilant motet ‘Sing to the Lord a new song’ is the main work in the first half of the programme which includes music by Josef Rheinberger and Richard Allain, as well as ‘Lullaby for Lily’ written by Alan Vincent, Musical Director of the Choir.
Alice Brown, a brilliant young soprano from Kent, is the concert’s soloist.
The concert will raise funds for Canterbury Oast Trust, a charity based in Woodchurch which supports adults with a learning disability. The Trust also owns and manages the Rare Breeds Centre, a popular family tourist attraction at Woodchurch.
Thank you for your trouble
Mrs Margaret E Hanlon Canterbury Oast Trust, fundraising dept. 01233 861493 ext 241