Petros Singers at St Peter’s Church, Hammersmith, 27th June 2015

Seven Ages of Man: Music and readings from cradle to grave. Do join us for this profound and moving mixture of music and verse, and enjoy a glass of Pimms in the Church garden. Saturday 27th June 2015 at St Peter’s Church, Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, W6 9BE.

 

  • Performance:        Seven Ages of Man: Music and readings from cradle to grave
  • On:                       Saturday 27th June 2015, 7.30pm (doors open at 7.00pm)
  • At:                        St Peter’s Church, Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, W6 9B

 

“All the world’s a stage, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.”

Shakespeare’s wonderful verse provides the inspiration for a diverse concert with music from five centuries. We hear of the “mewling and puking infant”, the schoolboy and the lover, through to full maturity and eventual second childishness, “sans hair, sans teeth, sans everything”.

We are delighted to be joined by the prolific actor, Bruce Alexander. While perhaps best known for his portrayal of Superintendent Mullet in A Touch of Frost, Bruce is a prolific actor who’s performed regularly with the RSC and has made numerous appearances on TV, film and radio.

Do join us for this profound and moving mixture of music and verse, and enjoy a glass of Pimms in the Church garden.

Tickets:

  • Advance £15 (concessions £10)
  • At the door £17 (concessions £12)
  • Under 16s £5

http://www.wegottickets.com/petrossingers (booking fee applies)

tickets@petrossingers.org

About Petros Singers

Petros Singers supports The Upper Room (charity 004354), for whom there will be a retiring collection. See also www.theupperroom.org.uk.

Petros Singers is a highly regarded, auditioned chamber choir, drawing its membership from across West and North London. We give at least four concerts each year, mainly in West London, but also regularly in major venues in Central London such as St James’s, Piccadilly.

Duncan Aspden, our musical director, brings a wealth of experience from working with many choirs and ensembles and skilfully draws out our best performance to create “truly exceptional singing”. This will sadly be our final concert with Duncan. Come and help us celebrate the culmination of eleven successful years which have seen Petros Singers develop, both in terms of performance and repertoire, under his expert guidance. We’re grateful to Duncan for his commitment to the choir and wish him all the best in his future pursuits.

 

petros singers

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