Air - An evening concert with Spectrum Singers
A choral celebration of the living world and its natural rhythms. This concert will be recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
- Booking essential
Spectrum Singers make a welcome return to the Great Hall of Dyffryn's splendid mansion with a celebration of the living world and its natural rhythms in folk songs, jazz beats and soaring sacred music. As part of Making Music's Adopt a Composer project, the a cappella group have collaborated with Rosie Clements, an emerging young composer who has turned her talents to creating a new piece inspired by Dyffryn that the concert will premiere and record for Radio 3.
Event ticket prices
Adult £15.00Includes interval glass of fizz and sweet pastries
Child £2.00Under 2s / Baby - Lap ticket only
Child £10.00Under 16 - Includes interval soft drink & pastries
- Booking details
- Call 02920 590813
- All are welcome, but we recommend an age guidance of 8 plus
- Assistance dogs are welcome.
- Meeting point
- Entrance of Dyffryn House
- Dyffryn House ground floor is all level and wheelchair accessible. Any audience members using a wheelchair can be positioned on the front or back row
- The Adopt a Composer project is in partnership with Sound and Music, in association with BBC Radio 3, and funded by the PRS For Music Foundation, Philip and Dorothy Green Trust and Creative Scotland. See also spectrumsingers.org.uk
|8 July 2017||19:30 - 21:15||Available|