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58 Dartington Community Choir Spring Concert 2020


Sunday 26th April & Monday 27th April at 7.30pm, in the Great Hall, Dartington Vaughan Williams’ “A Sea Symphony”; Charles Stanford’s “Songs of the Fleet”


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artington Community Choir proudly presents the celebrated baritone Roderick Williams OBE singing Vaughan Williams’ dramatic A Sea Sym-


phony conducted by Simon Capet with soprano Cath- erine Hamilton and the Dartington Sinfonietta. This piece has been chosen to resonate with the Dartmouth Mayflower 400 commemorations. This forceful and emotional work, set to verses by the American poet Walt Whitman, was first performed in 1909. It evokes the courage of sailors exploring vast oceans, through all their immense dangers and beauties, as a metaphor for the individual spirit’s journey through life - much like the Pilgrim Fathers. Dartington Community Choir is delighted that a singer of Roderick Williams’ outstanding ability and distinction will be performing with the choir. He has performed an extensive range of roles for major opera houses and concert halls in Britain and internationally and performed A Sea Symphony at the First Night of the Proms in 2013. At Dartington Hall he will sing with Catherine Hamilton, known for her grace and confi- dence in performance and her beautiful, clear soprano


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voice. The choir will also perform Charles Stanford’s Songs of the Fleet (1910). These five songs, set to the poems of Sir Henry Newbolt, are a celebration of the sea and the profound demands it makes on those who confront it with their hopes. The Choir is offering free concert tickets to five


young music students to hear Roderick Williams sing and also to meet him. Tickets available from Dartington Box Office 01803 847070 or www.dartington.org/whats-on £25 (unreserved) students & U16’s £10


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