Jersey Sings
Jun
26
to Jun 27

Jersey Sings

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Jersey's largest ever singing event and Fort Regent's community event of the year returns with over a thousand children singing in two choirs supported by the Jersey Sings band, David Lawrence conducting and two international soloists singing great music from anthems, pop songs, classics, songs of remembrance, to rock songs.  The vibrancy and joy make this an event not to be missed.

To book tickets go to www.eventbrite.com and search for Jersey Sings. 

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Liberation International Music Festival - 9th to 19th May 2018
May
9
to May 19

Liberation International Music Festival - 9th to 19th May 2018

The 10th anniversary seasons of the Liberation Festival takes place in May 2018 with delights for all.  

The opening day commences with the musical walk with views over  Corbiere Lighthouse and a solo cello concert in the M19 Bunker.  On Saturday 12th there will be Mendelssohn's Octet supported by UBS with such luminaries as Lawrence Power, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Boris Brovtsyn and Jennifer Stumm.  On Sunday 13th will be Jazz at Hamptonne with leading lady Joanna L'Estrange  and her jazz quintet with a new second stage.  Then the outreach events begin with masterclasses, composers workshops and educational visits to the schools.  On Saturday 19th the Jersey Chamber Orchestra will give a world premiere of a concerto for Kosmos and orchestra to round off the Festival by celebrated composer Errollyn Wallen MBE. 

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Night at the Oscars
Jan
27
8:00 PM20:00

Night at the Oscars

JERSEY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Exciting and dramatic film music performed by international stars including Beethoven's famous Emperor Piano Concerto with world renowned and grammy nominated pianist Jean Efflam Bazouvet, music from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro Overture (in the film Trading Places), Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring (in the film Minority Report) sung by Beaulieu Covent School Choir, this will be a concert not to be missed. Raising money for the Oscar Maclean Foundation

Programme includes:
Trading Places - Marriage of Figaro Overture, Mozart
Dead Poet's Society - Piano Concerto No 5, Beethoven
Minority Report - Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring, Bach
King's Speech - Seventh Symphony, 2nd mov, Beethoven

Conductor: Graham Walker

Tickets: £10 - £35 (Children £5)
Matinee: 11am
Pre-concert talk: 7pm
Concert: 8pm

The concert is sponsored by:
Estera,
Mulberry Estates. &
UBS Wealth Management

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