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Charlotte Brontë and Elizabeth GaskellEDIT: An another (musical) alert from the Canterbury Cathedral:
Spring Bank Arts Center
New Mills, Derbyshire
The story of a friendship told in their own words
A costumed reading in aid of the restoration of Elizabeth Gaskell’s Manchester Home compiled and directed by Robin Allan with InterTheatre’s professional team.
2.30pm Saturday 22 June 2013
Tickets £8.50 including afternoon tea.
Benjamin Britten’s The Company of HeavenAs you probably know, Britten's Company of Heaven contains words by, among many others, Emily Brontë.
Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending
Vaughan Williams’ An Oxford Elegy
Concert date: Saturday 22 June 2013, 7.30pm
Andrew Clover, Narrator
Juliet Cowan, Narrator
Juliette Roos, The Lark Ascending violinist
Juliette was a Strings Finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year 2012 and winner of the Walter Todds Bursary
Nazan Fikret, soprano
Bradley Smith, tenor
Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra
Richard Cooke, Conductor