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As part of Canterbury Music Club's 83rd Concert Season!

Façade – An Entertainment By Edith Sitwell and Sir William Walton

Sitwell’s “shocking” nonsense poems spoken to the rhythm of Walton’s specially composed dramatic music, first performed in 1923.

With Matthew Rose, bass and Linda Hirst, mezzo-soprano as Narrators – and the ensemble Grand Mansions’ Collective, Director Anna Tilbrook, featuring professional musicians all of whom were students at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Canterbury Music Club – Facade

Sun 23 February


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