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The London Song Festival: Concert Five - A Celebration Of The Anniversaries Of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (d. 1912) And John Ireland (d. 1962): Sylvie Bedouelle, Andrew Glover, Nigel Foster picture

Fri 23rd Nov at 7:30pm

The London Song Festival: Concert Five - A Celebration Of The Anniversaries Of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (d. 1912) And John Ireland (d. 1962)

@ St Pauls Church, London

Featuring: Sylvie Bedouelle, Andrew Glover, Nigel Foster

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The London Song Festival: Concert Five - A Celebration Of The Anniversaries Of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (d. 1912) And John Ireland (d. 1962): Sylvie Bedouelle, Andrew Glover, Nigel Foster

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was an Anglo-African composer who fought racism, found fame as the composer of Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast and has since sunk into unjustified neglect. This concert includes complete performances of two of his song-cycles, ‘Sorrow Songs’ to poems by Christina Rossetti and ‘Songs of Sun and Shade’, settings of the notorious lesbian poet Marguerite Radclyffe Hall.

John Ireland is one of England's most characteristic song composers and this evening's programme also includes songs by Arnold Bax, a remarkable English composer and poet who devoloped a great affinity with the culture and people of Ireland at the time of the Easter Rebelion of 1916.

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Venue: St Pauls Church


Address:
Bedford Street
Covent Garden

London
WC2E 9ED 51.511044, -0.124606


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Website: actorschurch.org

Enquiries: 0207 836 5221


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