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Daniel Norman. Image: Fran Monks

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Anna Cavalier. Image: Benjamin Ealovega

Saturday 19 June

On Wenlock Edge
St Bartholomew the Great, 7pm
Tickets £20



An Anglo-French programme of lyrical songs by Poulenc, Walton, Chaminade and Finzi, culminating in Vaughan Williams’ evocative song cycle, presented with Jeremy Hamway-Bidgood’s award-winning shadow-play animation.

On Wenlock Edge has been officially selected for six film festivals and this is a rare chance to see it screened as originally conceived, with a live performance as soundtrack, and the film edited live as the music is played. The film creates a story connecting the six songs, and drawing on the life of the poet A E Housman, whose poems are the texts for the cycle.


Full Programme:

Poulenc: Les Chemins de l’amour

Poulenc: Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon
Walton: Three Façade Settings
Finzi: Budmouth Dears, Shortening Days and The Dance Continued from A Young Man's Exhortation
Chaminade: Attente

Chaminade: La lune paresseuse

Chaminade: Écrin
Chaminade: Viens, mon bien-aimée
Chaminade: Automne

Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge

Daniel Norman, tenor

Anna Cavaliero, soprano
Sholto Kynoch, piano