Gamechangers: Mildly Rude? Save £28 and Get Rude at the Opera!
Gamechangers: Mildly Rude? | Queen Elizabeth Hall | June 12th | £9-£38 – SPECIAL OFFER: Top Price Tickets for £10 with Promo Code THIRTY!
Get hot under the collar with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment on 12 June, as they close their season with racy repertoire from Handel and Boyce, featuring star soprano Lucy Crowe and tenor James Gilchrist.
[/vc_column_text][vc_cta_button call_text=”Book TOP PRICE tickets for just £10 – SAVING £28! Use offer code THIRTY when purchasing tickets online, over the phone or in person! T&Cs below.” title=”Buy £10 Tickets NOW!” target=”_blank” color=”btn-warning” icon=”none” size=”btn-large” position=”cta_align_bottom” href=”http://bit.ly/1kFSd5V”][vc_column_text]William Boyce’s Solomon serenata was as popular as Handel’s Messiah at the time of its release but was considered too rude for some of the more conservative audiences. But we think you can handle it…
Handel Overture and Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon
Handel Chandos Anthem Let God Arise
Boyce Solomon – A serenata
Steven Devine director
Lucy Crowe soprano
James Gilchrist tenor
Choir of the Enlightenment
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