10 October 2015

Chant Workshop Days presented by Opus Anglicanum

Opus Anglicanum's Chant Experience Days are led by John Rowlands-Pritchard, who studied medieval song with Professor John Stevens and early Gregorian chant with Dr Mary Berry, and who has sung throughout Europe with the Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge. These events are open to anyone and all are welcome. Mr Rowlands-Pritchard has sent us details of the forthcoming events:

Sat 31st October
Worcester Lodge, Badminton, GL9 1AH 10 am - 5 pm
The day will be in the wonderful and unusual Worcester Lodge, an 18th century Banqueting Lodge on the Badminton estate. The day concludes with an informal performance of a sequence of chant for All Hallows.
£25 (u-18 £5) Morning and afternoon refreshments and a bread & cheese lunch included. 
Please book in advance at www.opus-a.co.uk (preferred) or cheque ‘Opus Anglicanum’ by post: 36 Berrington Road, Chipping Campden GL55 6JA

Sat 27th February 2016 (to be confirmed) 

Charlcombe Church, Bath

Sat 5th March

St Woolos Cathedral, Newport NP20 4EA
Run by RSCM South East Wales. 
Further details to follow on website.

Sat 12th March

St George’s Church Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1LB 10 am - 4 pm 
Chant associated with Venantius Fortunatus - Vexilla regis, Salve festa dies, Pange lingua gloriosi. Participants perform Compline with Opus Anglicanum in the evening concert.
Details and tickets from Dorchester Arts www.dorchesterarts.org.uk

Mon 25th April - Thurs 28th April 

Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin SG4 9RB
GREGORIAN CHANT: A RESIDENTIAL COURSE. I encourage readers to consider booking for Benslow Music Trust’s residential course on Gregorian chant.   It is warmly recommended as a rewarding opportunity to dedicate time to experience Gregorian Chant. Benslow is a very special place, and  offers a tradition of hospitality and friendship for music makers of every sort. The Chant course will be one of a number happening in this beautiful house with enjoyable meals and accommodation.  
All information & booking http://benslowmusic.org  01462 45944

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