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The Woman Who Refused to Dance - Shirley J. Thompson, Nadine Benjamin -Soprano
Date 01 December 2017
DescriptionTHE WOMAN WHO REFUSED TO DANCE is an opera from Shirley J. Thompson's series, HEROINES OF OPERA, which celebrates the narratives of extraordinary women in history that triumph in the face of the most profound adversity and overturns the operatic convention of femme fatales. The opera series is scored for solo singer, speaker, dancers/s, multi-media and orchestra.
The (Unknown) Woman on Captain Kimber's shipment of enslaved persons was punished for insubordination in 1792 when she refused to dance when ordered. She died from her injuries, but the opera shows her confounding power of transcendence.
LocationVictoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Contact details+44 (0)20 7942 2000
Emailcontact@vam.ac.uk
Webhttps://www.vam.ac.uk/event/k8gMvdGQ/spotlight-noir-other-opera-chronicles-dec-2017
Time7.30 pm
Price£5 - £7
 
Christmas Concert
Date 07 December 2017
DescriptionThe Esterhazy Singers, conducted by Andrea Brown, perform at the RSBC (Life Without Limits for Blind Children) annual Christmas Concert, presenting seasonal works including Taverner’s The Lamb, Cecilia McDowall’s Song of the Nativity and Peter Warlock’s Bethlehem Down as well as new work in collaboration with the RSBC Hub Ensemble.
LocationSt Giles in the Fields (near Tottenham Court Road Station) Soho
Contact detailswww.esterhazysingers.com
Webhttp://www.rsbc.org.uk/events/2017/12/rsbc-christmas-concert-2017/
Time7pm
Price£12 early bird, £15 on the door
 
Sarah Deere-Jones - Carmina Iocundum
Date 21 April 2018
DescriptionEight songs for choir and harp, using Medieval texts. Sarah has drawn on her passion for nature and Medieval literature to create a unique secular work for SATB choir and Traditional harp. Lasting around 23 minutes, the texts reflect the changing seasons of the year and this work is a welcome addition to the severely limited repertoire for harp and choir together.
LocationSt Matthews Church, 20 Great Peter Street, Westminster SW1P 2BU
Contact detailsClaire Pinney
Emailclaire@stmw.org
Webhttp://www.sarahdeere-jones.co.uk
Time6pm
PriceFREE, donations taken
 
Other
A Celebration of Women Making Words and Music
Date 23 November 2017
DescriptionThis is a one-off open mic night for women performers to take to the stage (there isn't one actually - just a basic PA and a mic) and share their poetry and songs, covers or orginals.
Everyone is welcome to come and listen, but for just this once there will be no men in the line up. Come along to play and perform - in a celebration of women making words and music!
LocationLondon Road Ale House, 241 London Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 5AA, Staffordshire
Contact detailsHosted by Kokoro
Emailkokorocultura@gmail.com
Webhttps://www.facebook.com/pg/KokoroArte/events/
Time7.30 to 10.00 pm
PriceFree entry
 
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