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Tuesday, 22 June 2010, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

The Songs of Summer

Chris Watson

Throughout May and June the British Isles resonate to some of the strangest and most beautiful sounds on earth; the voices; rhythms and music of our wildlife.  In an acoustic journey from the vast seabird cliffs in the far north to nocturnal soloists hidden in deep cover within Home Counties woodlands Chris Watson celebrates the sonic biodiversity found across our unique landscapes.

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This is a part of the series of events which were held in collaboration with the 2010 City of London Festival.  
Other lectures include:     
      Portuguese 'Ancient Music' in 18th Century London by Dr Owen Rees
      Sir Hans Sloane: 350 years of preserving history by Dr Robert Huxley
      The Poetry of Bees by various poets
      Portugal and England, 1386-2010 by Professor Thomas Earle
      A Land Flowing with Milk and Honey by Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dr Richard Chartres

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Christopher Watson is a singer with more than 20 years' performance experience at the highest level. He sings with some of the world's leading Early Music ensembles, including The Tallis Scholars, with whom he has made more than 200 appearances, Alamire, Gallicantus and Collegium Vocale Gent. He also performs regularly with Tenebrae and Theatre of Voices, among others.

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22 June 2010

The Songs of Summer
Chris Watson

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