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Chineke! Ensemble at The Africa Centre
THURSDAY 5 DECEMBER 2019 7:30pm
NNENNA
The celebrated Chineke! Ensemble joined by Artistic Director Rebeca Omordia at the piano, will close the 2019 season of The African Concert Series with a thrilling performance of music by Black British Composers including NNENNA by Errollyn Wallen and Nonet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

Tickets 10 on the door. Please book in advance to guarantee your seat.
The Africa Centre
66 Great Suffolk St SE1 0BL
London SE1 0BL
England
020 8004 6436
An evening of words and music with Errollyn Wallen
FRIDAY 6 DECEMBER 2019 5:00pm
The Errollyn Wallen Songbook
5pm College Chapel of Mansfield College Oxford

Join Errollyn in an end of year celebration of the abundant and unexpected talents of staff, students and alumni.
Elmira Darvarova performs Wallen at Carnegie Hall
MONDAY 23 DECEMBER 2019
Music from Five Centuries
Carnegie Hall
57th Street and Seventh Avenue
New York NY10019
United States
212-247-7800
NEW WORK in Lost Voices: The War to End All Wars
FRIDAY 17 JANUARY 2020 7:30pm
World premiere of a setting of ROUNDEL by Vera Brittain

performed by J'nai Bridges, mezzo-soprano
Roderick Williams, baritone
Shannonn McGinnis, piano
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
118-128 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102 19102
USA
Errollyn presents an important new radio documentary Sir Stephen Cleobury and King's College Recordings ERROLLYN ON THE GUILTY FEMINIST
A RACIST MUSIC

Errollyn Wallen explores and challenges the legacy of John Powell (1882-1963), a once-celebrated composer whose racist politics scarred the lives of generations of Americans.
It is sad to hear of the passing of Sir Stephen Cleobury and condolences are extended to his family.

Several of Errollyn's choral works were recently recorded by the world renowned King's College Choir conducted by Sir Stephen Cleobury at King's College Chapel in Cambridge.

Further works will be recorded featuring King's alumni, John Butt (conducting the Dunedin Consort and performing a specially composed work for him) and Thomas Trotter.
The Guilty Feminist goes to the Last Night of the Proms 2019

Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Jayde Adams.

Special guests Jamie Barton and Errollyn Wallen

Much mirth and home truths.
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