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Top classical singers for Queen’s Hall concert
The Patrons of Queen’s Hall will present its signature project for the year, a concert titled My Song Is Hope, scheduled for next Saturday at Queen’s Hall at 7.30 pm.
The concert, which the organisers promise to be a “one of its kind” experience, will feature Neil Latchman, an internationally renowned Trinidadian tenor, together with Hyacinth Nicholls, a Trinidadian classical soprano, also based in London.
Latchman and Nicholls will be accompanied by pianist Enrique Ali. Bishop Anstey High School Steel Orchestra directed by Lorraine Granderson will be guest performers.
Latchman will also conduct a Masterclass for Voice on March 10 at Queen’s Hall, for students who are studying Voice at an advanced level. Invitations have been forwarded to various institutes and choral groups.
Registration will take place at Patrons of Queen’s Hall’s office located at 10 Dennis Mahabir Street, Woodbrook, on Mondays and Thursdays between 9 am—2 pm.
Participants must walk with their chosen music scores of operatic aria, folk, classical or song repertoire.
The Patrons of Queen’s Hall was established as a not-for- profit organisation in 1986. Its mission is to keep Queen’s Hall and the Performing Arts alive and well in T&T. The Patrons assist the Queen’s Hall management to maintain theatre facilities where necessary, encourage and develop an audience, young and old, for the Performing Arts and assist talented artistes financially to further their development.
For more information, contact the Patrons of Queen’s Hall at 624-9189.
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