Stanford Singing Break - Fri 12 Jul 2024

Venue: Queen's College, Cambridge

The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) marks the centenary of Charles Villiers Stanford’s death with a series of special events.

Charles Villiers Stanford, one of the great choral composers of the late 19th/early 20th century, died on 29 March 1924. As executors of the Stanford estate, the RSCM publishes a vast range of Stanford's music, available from RSCM Music Direct. To mark the centenary of Stanford’s death, the RSCM is planning a number of special events.

12-14 July, Queens’ College, Cambridge
An exclusive singing weekend in Stanford’s honour, to be held 12–14 July at Queens’ College Cambridge, where he was organ scholar. This is a unique opportunity to sing some of Stanford’s best known (and lesser known) works in glorious Cambridge surroundings.

Full details on the attached PDF file.

Stanford SInging Break PDF file

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