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Alastair Carey with the Clerkes of Christ Church, Oxford

By , 19/08/2009

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Wednesday 19 August 2009

The former tenor and director of The Tudor Consort, Alastair Carey, who left Wellington to pursue a career in England found his way into the choir of Christ Church (it does not employ the word ‘college’, though it is one), Oxford. The choir is one of the several distinguished university choirs which include... read more

Soprano Nicola Holt and pianist Nicole Chao at St Andrew’s

By , 19/08/2009

St Andrew’s on The Terrace. Midday, Wednesday 19 August 2009

I missed the first two songs in this lunchtime concert, but was told that the two songs by Thomas Arne, from Shakespeare (‘Where the bee sucks’ from The Tempest, and ‘When daisies pied’ from Love’s Labours Lost) were most delightfully sung. But I was very happy to arrive just after the Schumann song cycle had started... read more

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