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CITY CHORUS MARKS CENTENARY OF WORLD WAR ONE

A World War One Commemorative Concert will take place on Saturday 16 August, 3.30pm at the Spirella ball room, Letchworth Garden City.   Online tickets have now SOLD OUT, a limited number of tickets may be available on the door.

The concert will mark the end of City Chorus’ ‘Fields of Gold Tour’ – remembering the fallen with performances of sacred and secular music.  The event will include a performance of the choral suite of Karl Jenkins the Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, the choir’s tour Anthem Fields of Gold and you can enjoy afternoon tea and cake.

City Chorus visited Normandy in July, where they sang at Caen Abbey and the D Day Museum at Arromanches. They held services of remembrance at Ryes War Cemetery where they paid their respects to Letchworth fallen soldier – Lieutenant Oliver Sinnatt and his driver Trooper W Hall, and also visited Halloy les Pernois Cemetery in the Somme, as part of the Arlesey Remembers You Project.

 

Normandy Poppies Patricia Saunders

War graves OJ Sinnatt and WG Hall - Copy

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Arlesey Civic Service 2014

CITY CHORUS MARKS CENTENARY OF WORLD WAR ONE City Chorus joined more than 200 people at St Peter’s Church in Arlesey, Bedfordshire to sing at the town’s annual civic service and to mark the start of the Arlesey Remembers You Project. – A tribute to the town’s servicemen who died in conflict during the Great more »

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