Sit back, relax and enjoy a superb evening of classical music to celebrate Peace Hospice Care's special 25th anniversary year performed by The Royal College of Music Junior Department.
The young musicians will present Anniversary Peace Classics on Thursday, 18th February at the purpose-built Clarendon Muse auditorium on Rickmansworth Road, Watford School of Music (by Watford Grammar School for Boys) in what promises to be an enjoyable evening of classical music and singing.
Not only will this special event launch the 25th Anniversary of the Hospice, it will also celebrate 90 years of talent from the Junior Department of the renowned Royal College of Music.
Orchestral pieces include Serenade for Strings by Elgar, Hoe Down by Copland, and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Mozart. The choir's repertoire will include, It Was A Lover and His Lass by Rutter, Over the Rainbow by Arlen and Harburg and Summertime by Gershwin, Dubose and Heyward.
By attending this fantastic evening of music you will be helping Peace Hospice Care continue to provide outstanding care and support, improving the quality of life for people, their families and carers who are facing a life limiting illness.The concert begins at 7pm with the orchestra conducted by Chris Hirons, and the choir, by Joy Hill. Tickets are £25 adults/£15 concessions (under 16's/Over 65's) and include a drinks reception and canapés. They can be purchased by or clicking here calling Vicky Luk on 01923 335348 or email her
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