“Peace on earth”
with The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, Lympstone and guest artist Roderick Williams OBE
Nigel Perrin – conductor
Excerpts from Karl Jenkins “The Armed Man” and music by Goodall, Parry and Willcocks.
Someone once said I write spiritual music for secular people, and it was meant to be an insult. But for me that’s a compliment Karl Jenkins
100 years on from the Armistice of November 1918, which marked the end of the First World War, Exeter Festival Chorus commemorates this momentous historical event. Exeter Festival Chorus perform excerpts from Karl Jenkins’ compelling work, “The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace”, which depicts the horrors of war but urges ‘Better is peace…’
With leading British baritone, Roderick Williams OBE, and the evocative and rousing sound of the Royal Marines Band, Exeter Festival Chorus will take you through Advent to Christmas and the coming of the Messiah.
Nave £35, £28, £22 (reserved); Side aisles*: £17 front, £8 rear (unreserved)
*many with restricted view
Special Anniversary discounts for Students and Children: Students £5; Children (under 18 years) £1
Where a disabled person requires an attendant to be able to come to our events, Exeter Festival Chorus will be pleased to provide a complimentary ticket for the attendant. Please call the choir on 0845 600 5441 to take up this facility.
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