Festival seeks male singers for new performance in 2014
SALISBURY, WILTSHIRE: The Festival is looking for 100 male singers – beginners and experienced – to work with composer Lucy Pankhurst and conductor Howard Moody to create a new performance this summer.
100 years ago two armies found themselves on either side of the front line in a war that was meant to be over by Christmas. Through tobacco, football and song, many put down their weapons on Christmas Eve, sharing a common humanity in what we now call the ‘Christmas truce’.
In May 2014 the Festival will mark the centenary of the truce with a new commission for massed male voices, for which your city needs you…
Come along to an introductory workshop on Friday 17 January at 7pm, Greentrees Primary School, Sycamore Drive, Bishopdown, Salisbury SP1 3GZ to find out more.
If possible, please register in advance by contacting Truce Project coordinator Sue Kent on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01722 332241.
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival
The 42nd Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival runs from Friday 23 May – Saturday 7 June 2014
- The annual 16-day Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival blazed into life in 1973 with a performance by Paco Peña and it is a leading commissioning and producing Festival which attracts over 70,000 attendances each year and contributes £3m to the regional economy.
- Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival was highly commended for Tourism Experience of the Year Award in the 2013 VisitEngland Awards for Excellence and won a silver ‘Tourism Event of the Year Award’ in 2010 in Enjoy England’s Tourism Excellence Awards.
- § Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival is supported by Principal Sponsor Ageas, Wiltshire Council and Arts Council England – South West. Its national Media Partner is The Telegraph Media Group.