Suoni - The ‘Sound of many Voices’


19 October 2020

Time

1.10PM – 1.50PM

Venue: Great Hall

The Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020 is thrilled to present an offering of great vocal ensemble and choral works led by the indomitable master of song, Ravil Atlas.

The Lunchtime Concert Series showcases a stellar line-up of renowned local, national and international artists performing in a beautiful heritage venue. 

Location map

Great Hall,
Worcester Boulevard

Market Square South Quad North Quad Registry Student Union The Gym Engineering Common Room Library Biology, Observatory and Physics Chemistry School of Art West Lecture Classics Rutherford's Den Clock Tower Boy's High Workshop Great Hall
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