A rare performance

Ever heard of the Bath Recital Artists Trust? I hadn’t until l was lucky enough to attend a concert that they had sponsored.

It’s an educational trust that seeks to promote recitals of classical music by young musicians under 30, and at the start of their careers, to audiences in the Bath Region.

There’s one coming up next month as Music Director, Daniel Cushing explained in an email to Bath Newseum.

“I am wondering if you would be so kind in helping us share this significant event with our young musicians charity during a time of national crisis for classical music – on your website and social media for others in Bath?

Any help you can give us by promoting this for our charity is appreciated as we give young musicians musical opportunities such as this.

A rare semi-staged performance of Handel’s great oratorio – probably the first professional performance in Bath since the eighteenth century.

The Georgian Festival Chorale and St. Woolos Sinfonia present a spectacular performance of Handel’s Solomon directed by Daniel Robert Cushing and featuring countertenor Neil Moore as Solomon and soprano Emilie Parry-Williams as both Solomon’s Queen and The Queen of Sheba.”

Book through Bath Box Office.