The Lucy Cavendish Singers are performing at Cambridge’s Emmanuel United Reformed Church to raise money for British based Kenyan charity Save A Cow.
Taking place on 17 June at 6.30pm, the Singers will take their audience on an exhilarating musical journey, seamless blending medieval and modern with folk-song and classical pieces.
This hour-long concert will include such favourites as ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ and ‘Loves me like a rock’, as well as other beautiful traditional, classical and contemporary numbers. For solos and small groups the Singers will be accompanied by double bass, lute and harp.
The Singers were founded at Cambridge University’s Lucy Cavendish College in 2008 by their Director, Katharina Megli, who particularly enjoys the challenge of combining distinctive voices to create an unusual and intense choral sound.
The Singers are giving this concert in aid of ‘Send a Cow‘ which provides training, livestock, seeds and ongoing support to thousands of families in Kenya and other African countries. It will be followed by a reception when the audience will be able to meet the Singers over a glass of wine.
Tickets are priced at £15 for adults and £7.50 for children or students and you can purchase your ticket from this link.