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If you would like to go to a really special and memorable summer's evening out, then please don't hesitate to look and book for 'One Enchanted Evening'....The perfect combination of a brilliant concert of enchanting songs and popular aris, under the direction of the lovely Kim Collins; after Concert reception at the Albury Park Mansion; Albury Organic Vineyard Fizz; delicious canapes; incredible Raffle of premium gifts and finally a fantastic Charity Auction to include 10 nights, anywhere in the world sponsored by Small Luxury Hotels of the World.....what more could you ask for? book on-line at www.alburyoldsaxonchurch.orgFind out more »
On Saturday July 6th, in Emmanuel Church, Shepherds Lane, Stoughton, GU2 9SJ, Chantry Singers will be joined by Guitarist Andrew Crowdy and Pianist Angelina Palmblad in a concert of American Music.
The tour will travel from South to North America, beginning with the famous “Misa Criolla” by Argentine composer Ramírez and onto one of Peru's greatest Baroque composers, Juan de Araujo.. The tour makes its way north by way of a Mexican lullaby, to “El Cóndor Pasa”, originally a South American instrumental piece, made most famous by Simon and Garfunkel for their 1965 track (If I Could)”.
For the second half of the concert, we make our way firmly into the North, with a celebration of the music of Gershwin. "A Gershwin Portrait" includes excerpts from Rhapsody in Blue and An American in Paris together with his most famous songs, including "I got Rhythm", “Summertime", "They Can’t Take That Away From Me", and "Someone to Watch Over Me".Find out more »
At the Electric Theatre on 9th July 2019 @ 7.30pm. In the Netherlands, jazz music was banned by the Nazis during the Second World War. A number of young people wanted to keep this music at all costs. They practiced in secret, copied illegal radio broadcasts and were determined to set up a school for jazz music after the war: the Swing College. On the liberation day, 5 May 1945, the Orchestra of the Dutch Swing College had its first…Find out more »