A Thoughtfully Devised Recital of English and French Music at Three Choirs Festival

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Three Choirs Festival (7) – Venables, Ravel, Debussy, Vaughan Williams: James Gilchrist (tenor), Anna Tilbrook (piano), Carducci String Quartet, Cirencester Parish Church, 31.7.2019 (JQ)

Carducci Quartet (c) Tom Barnes

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A Fallen Soldier of the Great War Movingly Commemorated by Joshua Ellicott and Simon Lepper

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Three Choirs Festival (5) – Finzi & From your ever-loving son, Jack: Joshua Ellicott (tenor), Simon Lepper (piano), St Catherine’s Church, Gloucester, 31.7.2019 (JQ)

3604 Rifleman Ellicott J, by courtesy of Joshua Ellicott

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Edward Gardner Leads a Dramatic Verdi Requiem at the Three Choirs Festival

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Three Choirs Festival (3) – Verdi:  Hye-Youn Lee (soprano). Christine Rice (mezzo-soprano), David Butt Philip (tenor), James Platt (bass), Three Choirs Festival Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra / Edward Gardner (conductor). Gloucester Cathedral, 28.7.2019. (JQ)

Edward Gardner conducts the Verdi Requiem (c) Michael Whitefoot

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The Three Choirs Festival Pays a Worthy and Well-Deserved Tribute to Sir Hubert Parry

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Three Choirs Festival [4] – Parry: Katherine Broderick (soprano), Mark Le Brocq (tenor), David Stout (bass), Three Choirs Festival Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra / Sir Andrew Davis (conductor). Hereford Cathedral, 2.8.2018. (JQ)

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A Highly Enjoyable, Vivid First Three Choirs Performance of King Olaf

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United KingdomUnited Kingdom Three Choirs Festival [3] – Elgar: Judith Howarth (soprano), Andrew Staples (tenor), David Shipley (bass), Three Choirs Festival Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra / Sir Andrew Davis (conductor), Hereford Cathedral, 30.7.2018. (JQ)

Andrew Davis (c) Dario Acosta
Andrew Davis (c) Dario Acosta

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