For the last few months, our resident community choir Vox Holloway has been rehearsing hard for their latest extravaganza – and the time has come for the rest of us to enjoy the fruits of their labour.
On Sunday 7 July, Vox Holloway will be performing The Prophet by Harvey Brough, a major oratoria based on the bestselling book by Kahlil Gibran. This is the piece’s London premiere, for which the choir will be joined by a full band, and celebrated soloists Clara Sanabras and Irene Serra. Thanks to funding by the Arts Council, they’ll also be joined by choirs from Camden School for Girls and City of London School for Girls. Composer Harvey Brough will be conducting. (You can learn more about The Prophet at http://voxholloway.com/the-prophet/ )
Please join us on Sunday at 7.30pm for what promises to be an amazing performance. Tickets cost £12 (£5 concessions). If finances are tight, there’s also an opportunity to come along to a free open dress rehearsal at 4pm (mainly for local schools), or you can volunteer to help out with stewarding in the evening. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07970 785641 for details.
Vox Holloway is a community project that gives anyone from the local area (and further afield) the chance to join an enthusiastic group of singers and perform a wide variety of music. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings at St Luke’s. To find out more, visit www.voxholloway.com