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Sing with Bradley Ellingboe in England this summer

Location: England, United Kingdom
Voicing: Mixed
Dear friends and colleagues
 
I'm writing today to tell you there is still room on my upcoming 10-day tour of England this summer.  Running from July 6 - 16, 2014, the repertoire will feature Faure's Requiem and the European debut of my new 12-movement work Star Song for mixed chorus, tenor solo and chamber orchestra.
 
We will give three concerts, in London, Bath and Oxford.  The venues will be fantastic!  For example, our concert in Oxford will be at the University itself, in the world famous Sheltonian Theater.  I don't want to clog this email up with photos, but I encourage you to Google it-- it's an amazing building, designed by Christopher Wren.
 
We will be joined by two different choirs.  In Bath and Oxford, we will sing with members of the Bath Choral Society, led by Will Dawes who, besides being a fine conductor, also sings with the world-famous King's Singers.  And, in London, the first half of our program will be sung by the London Bulgarian Choir-- an amazing choral group!
 
In addition to our singing, there will be plenty of time to sight-see, including time in London to see the historic sights, attend the theater and, of course, shop!  And a day trip to one of the prettiest areas in all of Great Britain, the charming Cotswolds.
 
The cost is $2,590 for the land portion, not counting gratuities.  For more information, or to see a daily schedule, go to this website:  http://varnainternational.com/festivals/10-day-festival-tour-london-bath-and-cotswolds-uk
 
I hope you can join us!  Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

Blessings,
 
Brad
 
 
Bradley Ellingboe
Professor of Music
Director of Choral Activities
The University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
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