We loved hosting Jesus College Choir at our spring festival where they sang such beautiful services and concerts at the Minster and St Mary's. This performance of the Japanese song Akatonbo has been shared by Classic FM and viewed around the world. Congratulations to Richard Pinel and the choir! This beautif We look forward to being able to perform this piece together again in person. With so many unknowns it is impossible for us to proceed in planning a festival which is socially responsible and economically viable - or indeed to plan, full stop. We are however currently forming plans to share music with you, both in person and through technology. Watch this space! We are thinking of our New Paths community today and share this small offering in lieu of seeing you in person. Stay well!
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New Paths Music has announced the programme for its fourth spring festival in Beverley , which runs 4th-7th April. Performers in this young festival include rising stars from the world of classical music alongside veteran international artists. Founded by former Minster chorister Roland Deller in , New Paths has quickly established a reputation for presenting world-class music in an imaginative and down-to-earth manner in Beverley. A popular feature of the festival each year is the free concerts for children and families.
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