Trinity & Tamesis: Live in Concert
Back by popular demand, we’re excited to be reuniting with the incredible Tamesis Chamber Choir for a dazzling evening of iconic classical music, famous numbers from stage and screen and much more!
The band will open the concert in style with a rousing performance of 'Summon the Heroes', composed by John Williams for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and dedicated to Boston Pops Orchestra trumpet soloist Tim Morrison.
We’ll then team up with Tamesis for classics such as Fauré’s 'Cantique de Jean Racine' and Hubert Parry’s 'I Was Glad' (performed at the Coronation of King Charles III), as well as John Williams’ uplifting 'Dry Your Tears, Afrika' from the film Amistad. Continuing the John Williams theme, Tamesis will provide a beautiful vocal accompaniment to the stirring 'Hymn to the Fallen' from Saving Private Ryan.
As the evening continues, we guarantee to get your toes tapping with a fantastic Earth, Wind & Fire medley featuring ‘Fantasy’, ‘September’ and ‘Let’s Groove’; it’s a new one for us, and we know you’ll love it, too!
We anticipate high demand for this concert, so please book your place for one of our stand-out concerts of the year!
In line with our ‘More Than Music’ campaign, we will donate a portion of the proceeds from the raffle and programmes to our 2023 charity, Thrive.
Concert starts at 7pm, doors open at 6:15pm.
– Adults: £13
– Students: £7 (ID may be required)
– Accompanied under 16’s: FREE
– Newcomers: FREE (terms & conditions apply; find out more about our Newcomers’ Scheme on our website).
– Ukrainian Refugees: FREE (accompanying host families are required to pay the standard price).
The Great Hall, Reading University, London Road Campus, Reading, Berkshire RG1 5AQ
Sat 14 October