Sunday: a day of rest ? No way!

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The University Orchestra and Chorus are in the final stretch of preparations for next week’s mighty Colyer-Fergusson Cathedral Concert, and this Sunday come together for the first time as they rehearse Mozart’s Requiem.

With final rehearsals looming throughout next week as well as on the day of the concert, it’s going to be a busy musical week.

The Cathedral Concert is always a splendid occasion in the University’s cultural calendar, as a large swathe of the university and local community join forces to perform in the magnificence of Canterbury Cathedral.

This year’s programme comprises Wagner’s overture to Die Meistersingers, Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite from 1910, and the Mozart Requiem.

Catch it all if you can: tickets and further details available here!

About Daniel Harding

Head of Music Performance, University of Kent: pianist, accompanist and conductor: jazz enthusiast.
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