2016 Performances

Wed 23rd March Bristol UK
Bristol Choral Society, local school children, conducted by Adrian Partington with the Call Me Al quintet led by the composer
Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR
http://bristolchoral.co.uk/concerts/

Fri 22nd April Cardiff UK
Christ College Brecon, conducted by Jonathan Ling with the Call Me Al quintet, will be performing Ahoy! as part of their 475th Anniversary concert.
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 36R
http://www.christcollegebrecon.com/

Sun 1st May Dorset UK
Sinfonietta Choir and Gryphon School Choir performing at Sherborne Abbey Festival
Sherborne Abbey, Sherborne, Dorest

Sat 11th June Lancing UK
Boundstone Chorus, Sompting Village Primary School Choir, conducted by Aeden Kerney with the Call Me Al quintet led by the composer
St Michael and All Angels Church, South Street, Lancing, BN15 8AJ at 7.30pm

Sat 2nd July Salisbury UK
Amici Singers, The Coffee Choir, The Navy Larks,  The Downton Community Choir and the Downton Primary School Choir conducted by Kate Edgar with the Call Me Al quintet led by the composer
Salisbury Playhouse, Malthouse Ln, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 7RA

Sat 15th Oct Evesham UK
The Avon Singers and De Montfort School Choir
7pm at The De Montfort High School, Evesham.

Thursday 17th November  Bristol UK
Bristol Grammar School  conducted by Dominic Franks. 7pm at St George’s Bristol,BS1 5RR

 

 

 

 

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Ahoy! Premiere: Portsmouth 24 June 2013

On Monday 24 June 2013 the Portsmouth Guildhall was the setting for the premiere of Ahoy! Sing for the Mary Rose as part of the Portsmouth Festivities.  Watch the premiere of Ahoy! Sing for the Mary Rose

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