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Sunday Poetry - Rudyard Kipling

A few weeks ago I listened to Karl Jenkins’ beautiful Mass, The Armed Man, for the first time. I’d heard parts of it before but never listened to the whole piece. 307 more words

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Cantata Memoria: For the children

Whilst I normally only write something about concerts I attended in person I will be making one exception for this piece as I strongly believe it deserves this special attention. 469 more words

Concerts

Saturday, 8th October, 2016

A Plaid Cymru Victory!

     I can do no better this week than to start by asking you to watch this video.   Wasteminster’s “Welsh Secretary” makes an accusation, and – in my opinion – Leanne Wood makes him look a complete fool. 90 more words

Welsh Affairs

Durban Symphonic Choir to perform at St Joseph's Mariannhill

The Durban Symphonic Choir turns 50 this year and to celebrate, they are joining forces with the KwaZulu=Natal Youth Choir and the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra for a first-time performance of Karl Jenkins’ … 94 more words

Brexit: Wanting Peace

I firmly believe the EU has been invaluable for the stability and peace enjoyed in Europe. I’m devastated by the referendum result, and the resulting rift that has opened not only in Europe, but in Britain as well. 465 more words

Upcoming Opportunity- Sing at Karl Jenkins Premiere with Distinguished Concerts International NY - Winter 2018

ALL COMMUNITY SINGERS WELCOME TO JOIN HILO COMMUNITY CHORUS FOR THIS EVENT AS GUESTS OF OUR GROUP

from Tom McAlexander, Music Director:

“It was a cold January in 2008 when 25 singers from the Hilo Community Chorus (along with another 18 from the University, of which we were still a part), traveled to New York for the inaugural concert of… 622 more words

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Taking a pause: Simon and Bryn sing “Ave Verum”

I’m in the midst of a viewing of the 1996 Théâtre du Châtelet production of the (French language) Don Carlos with a younger Roberto Alagna and Thomas Hampson—he is, oh, so beautiful!—and I will return to this subject shortly. 242 more words

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