Epiphany concert in London supporting minorities in the Middle East

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St Patrick’s Soho is pleased to present Aradin Charitable Trust Fundraising Concert “The Epiphany” at 7:30- 9pm – 4th January 2015 (Sunday) in supporting education and cultural preservation of the minorities in the Middle East, in particular Christian communities. This is a Christmas concert with a surprise, come and celebrate with us this meaningful and enriching occasion!

Date: 4th January 2015 Sunday
Time: 7:30-9pm
Ticketing: 12 pounds, 10 pounds for concessions (tickets can be purchased at the door from 6:30pm)
Venue: St Patrick’s, 21a Soho Square, London W1D 4NR

Programme to include:
“Litany for the martyrs of Syria” a new commission by Stephen Wood

Syrian Epiphany poems read by Prof David Frost and Doctor Christine Mangala Frost as well as T.S. Eliot’s Journey of the Magi and St Ephraim’s Hymn for the feast of the Epiphany

Flute solo: Romance by Saint-Saens
Cornelius’ Three Kings from Persian lands afar

A new setting of O come, o come Emmanuel for voice, flute and piano by Stephen Wood

Our special guest Jason Hamacher, founder of Lost Origins Productions, a production house that explores ancient civilisations to discover unique stories from the past and present, will be joining us to give a testimony on his research into Syrian and Armenian chant

For more enquires see www.aradin.org.uk or
Contact +44 (0)1223 211 516

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