Date: Sunday 29th April 2018
Canoryon Lowen Concert
Canoryon Lowen was formed in 2002 under the directorship of Cornish Bard Nick Hart.
Nick composes for Canoryon Lowen and prizes for composition and performance have been awarded by the Cornish Gorsedh.
Canoryon Lowen is a mixed choir of 35 singers, based in the village of St Neot, but with members drawn from both Devon and Cornwall. (Ilewydh Sen Neot).
The choir performs music from a very wide repertoire, including classical, church music, rock ballads, spirituals and musicals - from Tallis to Tavener, Beatles to Broadway, and everything in between.
As well as local concerts the choir has undertaken a number of tours, singing in Prague, Venice, Cortina, Florence and Lorient; and recitals in Cobh, St Finn Barres (Cork) and Coventry Cathedrals.
Among recent projects have been sell-out performances of new works by Nick Hart including the community opera 'A Daughter's Tale', 'The Midwinter Cantata', and as a collaboration with the Cornish band Dalla, 'A Story of Cornwall', which won the 2016 Gorsedh prize for composition and performance.
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