The University of Kent’s Lunchtime Concert series continues on Wednesday 13 March when the Minerva Voices will perform choral music from across the centuries.
The Minerva Voices choir is comprised of 12 female undergraduate and post-graduate singers. This concert promises a colourful repertoire, including a new piece by Russell Hepplewhite, Fly away over the sea, is a gorgeously-flowing setting of a poem by Christina Rossetti.
The concert will also include the evocative Tundra by Ola Gjeilo, and movements from Vivaldi’s enduringly fresh-faced Gloria, in an arrangement which reflects how the work might originally have been performed at the orphanage in Venice, where Vivaldi was working in the early 18th Century.
The lunchtime concert series is sponsored by leading regional law firm, Furley Page. The Minerva Voices and Ensemble will perform in the University of Kent's Colyer-Fergusson Hall at 1.10pm on Wednesday 13 March. Admission is free, with a suggested donation of £3.
For more information on the lunchtime concerts visit www.kent.ac.uk/music
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