David Crown, conductor, is hosting a Come and Sing Fauré ‘Requiem’ together with a Ukrainian anthem. He will be joined by a professional orchestra and star soloists:
- Roderick Williams – Baritone
- Harriet Burns – Soprano
David Crown describes how this war has challenged him on so many levels. He felt he wanted to do what he could do, which is make music, as an offer of help and support to people caught up in this war.
Viscount Classical Organs is supporting this event and will be lending our Regent Classic Chamber organ (pictured below).
All proceeds from this event will be going to the following charities:
- The Ukraine Crisis Appeal run by The British Red Cross Society
- Ukraine Appeal run by Save the Children
The conductor, soloists and orchestra are all waiving their fees.
Visit David Crown’s website to Donate and support this concert.
Watch the Livestream
Unfortunately tickets have already been sold out but you are able to watch a livestream of the event on Sunday 3rd April, @ 5:00 pm.
Positive Note Films will be livestreaming the event. You can subscribe to their channel and watch the livestream here or below.
About David Crown
David Crown has established himself as one of the leading choral conductors in the UK.
Following a choral scholarship at King’s College, Cambridge, David went on to further study and then to work as an operatic soloist.
Having gained valuable experience as a singer and establishing a solid vocal technique, David went on to teach one-to-one singing. He has also worked as a singing teacher at Bristol and Oxford universities.
He is currently Musical Director of Cheltenham Bach Choir, Opus 48 and vOx Chamber Choir.
David’s concerts and recordings have received plaudits around the UK and abroad. As a guest conductor he is increasingly in demand for choirs and orchestras. His other work includes choral masterclasses and workshops.
Find out more about David Crown on his website.
I have had a passion for church organs since the tender age of 12. I own and run Viscount Organs with a close attention to the detail that musicians appreciate; and a clear understanding of the benefits of digital technology and keeping to the traditional and emotional elements of organ playing.