Cadogan Hall Concert – 20th December 2013
For lovers of Harry Potter and Narnia this is a must – guaranteed to provide a memorable start to the Christmas holidays, with two lovely, family-friendly children’s stories. Each piece is told through songs, narration and projections promising an unforgettable musical event for all the family, with narration by BAFTA award-winner Olivia Colman (Twenty Twelve, Broadchurch, Peep Show), plus the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the prize-winning Burntwood School Girls’ Choir and male voice choir, RSVP Voices. Conducted by Jon James – www.jonathanpjames.com
The story of The Snow Queen follows Gerda on her exciting journey to rescue best friend Kay from the clutches of The Snow Queen. A semi-staged version of the Hans Christian Andersen classic, this version of the story by Paul K Joyce – www.pkjmusic.com has already delighted audiences around the world, and this event marks a very special 10th Anniversary performance. The second half of the concert premières The Griffin and The Grail, a spell-binding new work by Adrian Sutton of ‘War Horse’ fame – www.adriansutton.com , with libretto by Jon James, which tells the story of two youngsters who travel through time to the realm of King Arthur.
All profits in aid of LAM Action, a charity that supports women with an incurable lung condition – http://lamaction.org/
Tickets cost from £15 to £40 (children £15) and can be booked via http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/the-snow-queen-and-the-griffin-and-the-grail-131220/
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Cadogan Hall - 20th December 2013 (156.1 KiB)