Patrick Keefe sings the glories of English Song, and popular operatic arias

When:
21 April 2022 @ 5:00 pm
2022-04-21T17:00:00+01:00
2022-04-21T17:15:00+01:00
Where:
Hydro Hotel, Eastbourne
Mount Rd
Eastbourne. BN20 7HZ
Cost:
£12 (EAC Members £10)

NOTE: Start time is 5.00pm

Come and join us at the Hydro to experience an exciting new star of the opera world before he debuts at Glyndebourne in 2023. This outstanding young baritone is a rising star in the operatic, oratorio and song world. His vocal achievements are impressive…..Holland Park Opera, won first prize in the Richard Lewis singing competition, second prize in the Pavarotti competition. He has sung with the BBC Symphony at the Barbican, and next year makes his debut at Glyndebourne.  Eastbourne Arts Circle are lucky to have this fine singer at the beginning of his career. A major event in our town.

Patrick Keefe graduated Oxford University with a Batchelor’s degree in Music and a master’s degree in Composition. He started a DPhil at Oxford but left as he was advised by music professionals to concentrate on his singing. He remains active as a composer, and he hopes to resume his DPhil in the future. He has performed in a great many prestigious venues, including performing with the BBC Singers and the London Symphony Chorus.

Tickets are available for this event. Please click the link below for a PDF order form, which can be filled in by hand and posted to Eastbourne Arts Circle with a cheque or card details.  Tickets will be emailed, unless a SAE is sent. For events at the Locker Room in the Devonshire Park Tennis Centre, which is being used by us while the Towner Art Gallery has the builders working inside,  tickets should be shown at the door. For Zoom events all participants will be emailed with a link, a few days prior to the event.

To book tickets, please download the ticket order form.

Eastbourne Arts Circle Ticket Booking Form SPRING 2022

For any queries or enquiries, or if you have booked a ticket and not received your email with a link to the Zoom lecture prior to the meeting, please contact Sir Philip Anson on 01323 411906. (Best time to call is after 5pm weekdays or anytime at weekends.)

 

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