- Sunday, 7th July 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This concert by Ledbury Choral Society journeys through time, starting with Tudor songs and madrigals, including settings by Shakespeare and Henry VIII. Featured poets and composers include W H Auden, Robert Bridges and Walter de la Mare and the twentieth century’s best loved English composers such as Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Britten and Finzi. Interspersed throughout with poetry readings, the concert finishes with settings of Shelley, Tennyson and Byron by Alexander L’Estrange, and with a world premiere by the choral society’s own Music Director and Conductor, Malcolm Macleod.
Doors open at 6.15pm for drinks. Concert at 7pm – 8.30pm
The Parish Church of Ledbury, located at the top of Church Lane. The map marker (HR8 1DL) is the location of the photograph below if you use GPS. Church Lane is strictly pedestrian only. Short-term free street parking on High Street and The Homend (1 hour). Closest Pay and Display is St Katherines, off Bye Street. Cheaper long-stay parking at Bridge Street car park (£2 per day). More parking information on Herefordshire Council website.