Department of Music graduates Charlotte Brosnan and Greg Link return to Nottingham this weekend as part of the internationally-acclaimed Apollo5 a cappella ensemble.
The London-based a cappella quintet will make their Nottingham concert debut on Saturday 16 May at 7.45pm as part of a singing day for young people taking place at St Barnabas Cathedral.
The five professional singers will work with members of the Cathedral Youth Choir in the afternoon ahead of an evening performance which will see Apollo5 performing a range of classics from folk, jazz and pop alongside the Youth Choir.
Alex Patterson, also a Department of Music alumni and currently Director of Music at the Cathedral, writes:
‘I am delighted to welcome Apollo5 to the Cathedral. The group have a growing reputation across the UK and abroad for engaging and enjoyable performances and have a similarly inspiring education programme for young singers.’
Canon Geoffrey Hunton, Cathedral Dean, adds:
‘It is particularly special to welcome Charlotte Brosnan, one of Apollo5’s singers, back to the Cathedral having been a choral scholar with us for three years.’
Tickets for the concert (£6/£4 concessions) are available online before the concert at apollo5nottingham.eventbrite.co.uk or on the door.
Posted on Thursday 14th May 2015