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Vasari Come and Sing Rachmaninov Vespers - On-line sales have now closed - tickets will be available on the door
St Luke's Church
London United Kingdom
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Vasari Come and Sing Rachmaninov Vespers - On-line sales have now closed - tickets will be available on the door
Come and sing the Rachmaninov Vespers with leading chamber choir Vasari Singers, led by inspirational conductor Jeremy Backhouse.

This is a full day workshop, held at the beautiful church of St Luke's in Battersea. Supported by members of Vasari Singers, Jeremy Backhouse will lead the assembled choir through some of the most moving pieces in the Rachmaninov all night vigil, or Vespers. The day will end with a performance of the movements covered during the day.

Come and Sing is a regular feature on the Vasari Singers' calendar. This is a friendly event, with a focus on enjoyment and achievement. We welcome singers of all standards, and hope you will join us!

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St Luke's Church (View)
194 Ramsden Road
London SW12 8RQ
United Kingdom


Categories

Music > Choral
Music > Classical

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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