Founded in 1968 by the Festival's Artistic Director, Peter Smith, Aldwyn Voices is based in Malvern and has gained wide recognition through their broadcasts on BBC Television, BBC Radio 3 & 4 and the BBC World Service.
As international champions, they won the Kodaly Trophy presented by Hungarian Radio, the BBC and EBU, for outstanding services to European choral music.
The choir presents innovative programmes and has performed in many cathedrals and festivals including the Three Choirs Festival, the Chester Festival, the Malvern Festivals and in Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, Worcester College Chapel, Oxford, Cheltenham College Chapel, St Chad's Cathedral and The Oratory in Birmingham.
THE GREAT HALL - MALVERN COLLEGECollege Road, Great Malvern, WR14 3DF
Sunday 22nd October 2023 3pm
ALDWYN VOICES'Malvern's distinguished chamber choir'- BBC
Paul Trepte - Guest Conductor
Iain Simcock - Chamber Organ
Peter Sutton - Reader
CHORAL MUSIC & POETRY
WILLIAM BYRD TO JAMES MACMILLANMusic includes - Thomas Tallis, William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, Benjamin Britten, Roxanna Panufnik & James MacMillan
Tickets £14 unreserved seatingSponsored by Malvern Civic Society & Malvern Town Council
TEWKESBURY ABBEYChurch Street, Tewkesbury, GL20 5RZ
Sunday 10th December 3pm
A Sequence of Music & Literature for Advent & Christmas
Admission by programme at the door £10Programme includes the Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Soloist - James GilchristTewkesbury Abbey - Visitor Information
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