Join the Canterbury Cantata Trust for a celebration of song and community

Raising vital funds for the Parkinson's Centre for Integrated Therapy

The Canterbury Cantata Trust is hosting a joyful musical event on Saturday 22nd June at 3.00pm in the Colyer-Fergusson Hall, University of Kent. This special concert is not only a celebration of the Trust’s amazing work, it is also helping to raise vital funds for the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy (PCIT) and we are most grateful to the Trust for their support.

Join us for a wonderful afternoon, which will be attended by Professor David Wilkinson (Director of PCIT) and the Sheriff of Canterbury, to enjoy the combined talents of all the Canterbury Cantata Trust singing groups under the inspiring leadership of their new Artistic Director, Emily Renshaw-Kidd. This concert marks a historic moment, bringing together various choirs including Skylarks’ Sing to Beat Parkinson’s, Amici, Monday Music, Canterbury Cantata and the Simon Langton Boys’ Chamber Choir for the very first time for a mass performance of Zimbe by Alexander L’Estrange.  The Trust believes singing is for everyone, regardless of experience or financial limitations.

This uplifting concert promises to be a delightful event for all ages and will be a chance to:

  • be captivated by a vibrant and diverse musical experience
  • show your support for the PCIT and their invaluable work
  • celebrate the power of music and community togetherness.

Tickets are just £10 and are selling fast! Get yours now through the Gulbenkian website.

Let’s raise our voices and celebrate the joy of singing, all for a good cause. A collection will take place during the event and all donations will be given to PCIT, directly supporting those living with Parkinson’s in our community.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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