Welcome to our latest afternoon Tea Concerts at the Goods Shed in 2022
This week Chris Hall (bass baritone) and Fiona Wild (piano) will present a selection of songs by English and American composers of the early 20th Century.
Do come along – maybe meeting friends or making new ones enjoying some lovely music. Admission is just £2.50
Our Whistle Stop Café will be open if you fancy a nice cup of tea (or coffee) and perhaps a piece of cake.
Chris Hall has had the thrill and privilege of singing as a soloist under the direction of Gavin Carr (with whom he is studying), Emma Kirkby, Robert Hollingworth, Christopher Finch and Brian Kay, in England, Estonia, Germany, Italy and Peru. Work includes Christus in the St Matthew Passion, the Brahms and Fauré Requiems, and a growing recital repertoire. He lives in Randwick.
Fiona Wild studied at The Royal Academy of Music under Gordon Green. She has taught Piano at St. Mary’s, Calne, where she helped run the local Festival as well as taking part as a soloist and accompanist. After moving to Cheltenham, she taught at Cheltenham Ladies’ College for fourteen years. Since “retiring,” she has continued to teach pupils aged between 7 & 77 at home, currently mainly online, having been dragged reluctantly into the technological age by the pandemic, during which she spent time writing doggerel and setting some of it to music.
There will be a selection of tables and chairs set out in the hall for you to choose from on arrival.
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