Venue, Timing and Cost
Bloch ‘Concerto Grosso’
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor ‘Summer is Gone’ motet for choir
Dvorak ‘Serenade for strings’
Strings of Orchestra of St John’s
OSJ Ashmolean Voices
John Lubbock conductor
This is the first of four socially distanced chamber concerts at Dorchester Abbey during the autumn. Each orchestral concert features an unknown masterpiece discovered by John Lubbock in the lockdown, and a well known favourite.
To allow as many as possible to attend, we are offering two identical concerts of about one hour with no interval – starting at 6pm and 7.45 pm. Please select the ticket for the time you prefer.
We will also live-stream the concerts on our YouTube channel free of charge, but we ask for donations.
We will follow strict procedures. Seating will be in every second pew or row of chairs with a maximum of 70 audience allowed in the Abbey. All tickets must be prebooked. The Abbey will not allow sales at the door.
**For ‘Test and Trace’, please include your telephone number in the notes field of your order. The rules are that we must record ‘first name, second name and telephone number for one member of each group’**
When you purchase tickets, we politely ask that you add a voluntary donation, equal to the price of a ticket, to support our work in the community, with refugees and with children in Special Educational Needs schools