Octavoce, a select 8-voice choir from Scotland, is coming to Hampshire for the first time ever to sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust, fresh from sell-out performances in Edinburgh and the Black Isle. They will sing in aid of the Cameron Bespolka Trust to create opportunities to connect children with nature and wildlife.
â€śSongs for Natureâ€ť is a musical celebration of nature held in two beautiful churches. Choose from either the magnificent church of The Hospital of St. Cross in Winchester on 6th July or the tiny Anglo-Saxon jewel of All Saintsâ€™ church, near Stockbridge on 7th July.
The concert â€śSongs for Natureâ€ť includes a range of music celebrating nature and birds in particular, Octavoce will perform Orlando Gibbonsâ€™ masterpiece The Silver Swan, Bluebird, a Late Romantic motet by Charles Stanford, as well as a selection of Scottish songs, including Loch Lomond and the Skye Boat Song. The evening will end with popular, modern classics such as A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square and Gershwinâ€™s Summertime.
Tickets ÂŁ16 including a glass of Cantina Goccia red or white wine