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"From Film to Video Games and Beyond"

On Thursday 17th June we chatted to Grammy®-winning composer Christopher Tin. We explored what drives the man behind a broad width of concert and media music! 

CHRISTOPHER TIN

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POSTPONED TO 6th August 2022

We will give a concert for Peace on 6th August 2022, which is the Memorial Day of the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima. This will be our first official concert for Peace with the City of Hanover and the Mayors for Peace Organisation. We will give a live concert premiere (with audience) of the new compositions from our album PEACEFUL CHOIR by renowned composers from different parts of our world. We will also be premiering some new works written exclusively for us with a focus on peace and integration. The concert performance will be led by Nicol Matt, accompanied by Sony Classical artists including Dutch harpist Lavinia Meijer. More artists to be announced at a later date.

In the second half John Rutter will conduct his Requiem accompanied by the World Orchestra for Peace. Singers from all over the world are invited to join us to sing for peace in the Hanover Dome Hall. All interested participants are welcome! 

 

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Concert for Peace |  John Rutter conducts  his Requiem accompanied by The World Orchestra for Peace | Kuppelsaal, Hanover,  Germany

WORKSHOPS & SING ALONG CONCERTS

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Singing Day with John Rutter

Postponed to 5th August 2022 | Kuppelsaal, Hanover, Germany

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Sing Along

Rutter's Requiem with John Rutter  

Postponed to 4th-6th August 2022 |

 Kuppelsaal, Hanover, Germany

Sing Along

Sing & Safari

with Kim Andre Arnesen

Postponed to 22nd - 27th Aug 2022 |

 Sun City, South Africa

Info soon

SIR KARL JENKINS - THE ARMED MAN

 

Photos from our first Sing-Along workshop and Concert for Peace with Karl Jenkins in 2018. We performed in Berlin with 2,000 singers from over 30 countries marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War and under the patronage on the German UNESCO commission.

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