Cadenza at the Fringe

Music (classical, choral)

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Description

Celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday today, culminating with his choral masterpiece, Chichester Psalms. Cadenza, one of Scotland’s foremost ensembles, sets the mood with Elgar’s magnificent Lux Aeterna, Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater and Trois Chansons by Debussy. Guest conductor Libby Crabtree. Performing with us will be Morley Whitehead (organ and chamber organ); Sophie Askew (harp); Alasdair Rankin (percussion); Lindsay Martindale (cello). Fringe Review 2016: 'highly recommended show' (Tim Wilcock, audience review). Fringe sell-out shows 2013/2014/2015/2016.

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