Friday, 14 March 2014

Lancaster Singers to perform University Anniversary Concert

The Lancaster Singers 
The Lancaster Singers are performing at Lancaster University on Saturday 22 March to help celebrate the University's 50th anniversary as one of a series of 2014 events highlighting the university's rich legacy. You may have seen another anniversary project recently, the Campus in the City crew performing feats of intellectual engagement in St Nicholas Arcade (with their own pipeline to Costa Coffee).

The rich and varied Lancaster Singers concert programme is as follows:
Hare: Triptych
Bach: Jesu Meine Freude
Telemann: Trumpet Concerto in D
Bach: Wachet Auf for trumpet and organ
Dvorak: Mass in D

The Lancaster Singers are a well-established and vibrant local choir, performing with their charismatic conductor Marco Fanti. They will be joined by Ian Hare (organ) and John Miller (trumpet). Ian Hare has been the University Organist since 1974, and was also the Lancaster Singers’ first conductor; the concert begins with Ian’s choral setting of the University’s motto ‘Patet Omnibus Veritas’. John Miller is Head of the School of Wind, Brass and Percussion at the Royal Northern College of Music.

The Singers would love you to come along and celebrate with them as this concert promises to be a very uplifting, moving and enjoyable event.

The concert is on Saturday 22 March 2014 at 7:30pm, in the Great Hall at Lancaster University.
Tickets are £14 for adults, £12 for concessions and free for students. Please call the Live at LICA box office on 01524 594151 or email and ask for the Lancaster Singers Anniversary Celebration Concert. You may also book tickets through the 'Tickets and CDs' tab of the Lancaster Singers website at

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