Moravian music takes its place in Vivace choir’s summer ‘tour’
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Most people asked to point out Moravia on a map would struggle, but music from this corner of Czechoslovakia features on the programme when the Vivace Choir’s summer concert arrives at Hitchin’s Walsworth Road Baptist Church on Saturday night.
The international nature of the repertoire will also include works from Ireland, Germany and the United States.
The concert takes place at a very civilised 4pm, so the interval refreshments will appropriately include tea and cakes which are included in the ticket price.
The choir will be conducted by Joe Bolger and pianist Ian Shaw be playing pieces by Dvorak, who was inspired by Moravian folk themes in some of his work.
Tickets are £10, £8 for teenagers, and those under 13 get in free.
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You can reserve yours by calling 01462 735642 or popping into Hitchin Initiative in Churchyard. They will also be available on the door, subject to availability.
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