Miraculum Children’s Choir

Posted: 7th June 2018

A date for your diary…

We are all looking forward to the visit later in June of the world-renowned Miraculum Children’s Choir from the Kodály Music School in Hungary, directed by Laszlo Durányik.  The choir will be visiting us from the evening of Wednesday 20th until the morning of Friday 22nd June.

We are privileged to be hosting this impressive choir whose website says, ‘The choir is constantly trying to broaden its repertoire in order to include a wide range of choral works from the Renaissance to the 20th century, paying attention especially to the works of the Hungarian composers Kodály, Bartók, Bárdos and Kocsár.

The aim of the choir is to actively take part in the life of the Hungarian choirs, to participate successfully in international and national choir competitions, to make recordings and to represent Kecskemét, Zoltán Kodály’s birthplace, all over the world.

But above all, the choir’s most important task is to educate more and more young people who love singing and who can give a highly qualified interpretation of choir works of the classical and modern periods.’

The choir’s visit is a unique opportunity to welcome and listen to an outstanding choir – the highlight of the visit will be a concert at St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, from 7.00 – 9.00pm on Thursday 21st June.  Tickets are available at £8.00 for adults and £6.00 for children/concessions.

If you would like tickets they are available to purchase in advance by emailing email Miss Masih at events@sapriory.com and will also be available on the door.  All proceeds will raise funds for the Miraculum Children’s Choir.

In addition, if you are able to host two or more girls for the nights of Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st June, please contact Miss Masih at lmasih@sapriory.com .

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