London Theatre Voices at St Stephen’s Church, St Albans

15:39 18 April 2014

London Theatre Voices

London Theatre Voices

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The quintet who make up London Theatre Voices are putting on a concert at a St Albans church next Saturday, April 26.

Claire Mitcher, soprano, Deborah Davison, mezzo soprano. Ben Kerslake, tenor. Andrew Tinkler, bass. and Simon Haynes, piano, will be giving A Musical Celebration Cake at St Stephen’s Church in Watling Street from 7.30pm.

After two successful Gilbert and Sullivan concerts the quintet returns with a programme of wide-ranging styles, from Italian opera to Broadway musicals.

They met while singing for English National Opera.

Tickets at £12 are available from Angela Hanley on 01727 875257.

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