22-23 October 2016
a weekend of music in England – featuring Handel’s Solomon re-performed in Faversham, Kent
Saturday 22 October 2016, 5pm
St Mary of Charity Church, Faversham, ME13 8GZ
Graham Ross Conductor
Kate Howden Solomon
Dima Bawab Queen of Sheba & 1st Harlot
Elizabeth Karani Solomon’s Queen & 2nd Harlot
Paul Young Zadok
Johnny Herford, a Levite
We are very excited to be organising a performance of Handel’s Solomon on Saturday 22 October in Faversham, Kent, with Graham Ross, under the umbrella of the Canterbury Festival.
Premium reserved: £23 in advance (£25 on the door)
Normal unreserved: £18 in advance (£20 on the door) / Students £8 in advance (£10 on the door)
Side aisles £10 in advance (£12 on the door)
Under 12s FREE
FESTIVAL FRIENDS Premium reserved and post concert supper with the artists £55
Tickets available to purchase in cash on the door from 4:15pm.
Performance lasts approx. 3 hours inc. 2 intervals (1 short bathroom break, 1 longer with a complimentary glass of wine)
Sunday 23 October 2016, 12pm
Church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist,
Chamber music to please with Ruth Harrison, flute & Fanya Berger, oboe
Mozart Flute and Oboe Quartets
Tickets £5 on the door (including a glass of wine)
Lunch tickets at Doddington Village Hall afterwards may be purchased for £10.
The high speed South Eastern train runs from London St Pancras/Stratford to Faversham a couple of times an hour and the journey is one hour. London Gatwick and London City are the closest airports.
We hope to see you there – especially those who couldn’t make the concerts in Provence this August!