Concert in support of Help for Heroes
Enjoy a wonderful concert in one of Kent's most iconic and
beautiful buildings in support of Help for Heroes. The
Concert will feature the Band of The Corps of Royal
Engineers. Also performing during the evening will be
The Brompton Military Wives Choir and Philip Wells, also
known as the Fire Poet, who will recite some of the poems
made famous by the likes of Sassoon and Wilfred Owen
as well as some of his own works.
The evening will be hosted by Geoff Clarke and
commemorates the 100 anniversary of the commencement
of WW1 and the part played by the Royal Engineers.
Tickets are £10 per person and available from
The Rochester Visitor Centre (01634 843666) or from
Steve Craddock (firstname.lastname@example.org; 07768 863344)
The Sixteen: Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610
The Sixteen choir and orchestra return to Rochester Cathedral with a performance of Monteverdi’s magnificent Vespers of 1610. Described by Harry Christophers as ‘one of the most significant collections of sacred music ever written’ it is famed for its thrilling rhythms, grand choruses and beautiful solo movements. We are also delighted to welcome Rochester Cathedral choristers, who will join The Sixteen on stage for one of the Vespers movements.
Tickets: £15 - 30. Tickets can be purchased from Medway Visitor Information Centre on 01634 338141.
Further Information: http://www.thesixteen.com/page/monteverdi-vespers-rochester