The City of Canterbury Chamber Choir, one of the south-east's best-known choirs, is putting on a concert in memory of John McCabe, and in aid of the charity, Brain Tumour Research. The concert, entitled Music for a Summer's Evening, has a delightful, summery programme, of Britten's Flower Songs, Vaughan Williams' Serenade to Music, McDowall's Fancy of Folksongs, and works by Mathias and Stanford, along with John McCabe's short choral work, The Lily-White Rose, setting a mediaeval poem.
The concert takes place at the early hour of 6.30pm, on Sunday 14th July 2019, at St. Gregory's Centre for Music, Canterbury, CT1 1ND. Tickets are priced at £10 (free for 16 and under), and there will be a retiring collection for Brain Tumour Research.
It will be wonderful if you can get there to support, but if not, a donation to Brain Tumour Research in John's memory will be gratefully received. Details for donations can be found on-line.