7pm-10pm | Wednesday 6 June | Pay what you can
Holy Trinity Church [Map]
Drop in at any point for a varied evening of music highlighting local talent to raise funds for the Tottenham Refugee Alliance.
Join local choirs, The Stapleton Singers & Crouch End Singers; young artists, including Zara Jealous (flute), Chloe Lam (soprano) and local folk singer Sally Davies (Davies & Daughters); as well as festival artists Marion Bettsworth (organ) and Clare Norburn (soprano); and enjoy a sneak preview from our World of Jane Austen programme (see EVENT 15).
Come and sing the Hallelujah Chorus at 10pm.
The Tottenham Refugee Alliance are applying to be a community sponsor under the Home Office Syrian Vulnerable Person Resettlement Scheme for a refugee family escaping conflict, most likely from Iraq or Syria.
Tickets: Pay what you can: donations to Tottenham Refugee Alliance. Book here...
Here is the full line up. Drop in, enjoy and drink and some music and donate to a great cause.
7:00pm Patricia Hammond and Matt Redman – Songs of the first World War – a sneak preview of their performances (events 7 and 16)
7:20pm The Stapleton Singers: songs from around the world
7:40pm Chloe Lam (soprano) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, James Bramley (theorbo) and Marion Bettsworth (harpsichord)
8:00pm Mozartini Duo: Eleanor Harrison (violin) and Romain Malan (cello) music by Mozart and Syrian music – (Eleanor is playing event 19)
8:20pm Zara Jealous (flute) with Marion Bettsworth (keyboard)
8:40pmThe Crouch End Singers
9:00pm Clare Norburn (soprano), Marion Bettsworth (harpsichord) and Irena Henderson (cello) – and Eleanor Harrison (violin): 2 movements from JS Bach Cantata 51 & Handel’s How Beautiful are the Feet
9.10pm Marion Bettsworth Organ solo: JS Bach (event 17)
9:20pm The World of Jane Austen preview: songs by Stephen Storace, Georgiana Cavendish (Duchess of Devonshire) and Charles Dibdin from Jane Austen’s collection: Clare Norburn (soprano), Marion Bettsworth (harpsichord) (event 15)
9:40pm Davies & Daughters with Sally Davies – vocal folk set
Timeline dates: 1098-2018