Solomon in Faversham

Faversham Church
Saturday 22 October 2016, 5pm
St Mary of Charity Church, Faversham, ME13 8GZ
Handel, Solomon
Graham Ross Conductor
Kate Howden Solomon
Elizabeth Karani Solomon’s Queen & 2nd Harlot

We are very excited to be organising a return match of Handel’s Solomon on Saturday 22 October in Faversham Kent with Graham Ross as an umbrella event of the Canterbury Festival. The concert will be followed by a party and we also hope to hold a lunchtime concert on Sunday 23, details to follow.

Tickets will soon be available via our website.

Registration for choir members will also be available soon. All current singers will receive details by email.

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 many of you there – especially those who can’t make the performances on 11 and 13 August in the South of France!

Fundraising Evening 2016

Tickets on sale for our 2016 Fundraising Evening at the enchanting Moulin de la Camandoule between Seillans & Fayence.

Evening includes aperitif, mise en bouche, three course meal with wine and coffee and will feature the return of two of our favourite singers – Dima Bawab Soprano & Pauline Sikirdji Mezzo-soprano accompanied by the impressive pianist Rebecca Taylor.

  • Individual tickets 85€
  • Tables of 10 800€
  • EARLY BIRD TABLES 750€ for the first two tables sold!

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    Tuesday 26 July: 2016 Fundraising Evening 85,00 800,00 

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    Levon Chilingirian

    24 November 2015

    We are thrilled to announce that Levon Chilingirian and Susie Mészáros, members of the celebrated Chilingirian String Quartet, will be joined by Jane Hyland, former principal cellist of the BBC Symphony and BBC Welsh Orchestras, to lead the strings course in the South of France from 28 July – 6 August 2016 culminating in a performance with the Festival Orchestra conducted by James Lowe.

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