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Anne Brontë 200

13 November, 7:30 pm

£12 – £15

“A Fine and Subtle Spirit” – a bicentenary celebration in words and music

A bicentenary celebration for Anne Brontë at Cross Street Chapel, Manchester.  Postponed from 2020 due to the pandemic, this unique concert event features choral settings of Anne’s words, written specially for the occasion, as well as new poetry inspired by Anne’s life and example.  Lucy Pankhurst, BBC commissionee of The Pankhurst Anthem, has composed the title work which sits alongside other new settings by Paul Vowles and by American composers Cristi Cary Miller, Judith Herrington and Dale Trumbore.  There is also music by John Rutter, David Fanshawe and John Joubert.  The performers are Manchester Musicians’ Choir, Withington Girls’ School Choir, soprano Lesley-Jane Rogers, pianists Janet Simpson and Wendy Nugent and Brontë scholar Nick Holland.  Poets Liliana Pasterska, Philip Watts and Edwin Stockdale will perform their own works.
Artistic Director: Pamela Nash.
Supported by the Ida Carroll Trust, the Hinrichsen Foundation and Arts Council England.  
Not a Gaskell Society event, but we believe it will be of interest to our members. 

Details

Date:
13 November
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
£12 – £15
Event Category:
https://www.facebook.com/events/831053234161332

Venue

Cross Street Chapel
Cross Street,
Manchester, M2 4WG United Kingdom
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