On Monday 11th December, from 6.30pm to 7.45pm, Devonshire Square will be hosting in its historical Western Courtyard an international carol concert by Constanza Chorus, a City of London based choral society which strives for musical excellence, led by charismatic conductor Joanna Tomlinson.
The Constanza Chorus will be treating the audience to a beautiful repertoire of traditional Christmas Carols, and some very ambitious and exciting “a cappella” performances.
The concert has been organised in aid of Future Talent, a UK registered charity that supports gifted young musicians from low-income backgrounds to flourish.
The Constanza Chorus performs throughout the year in various churches and concert halls, including Cadogan Hall, alongside projects like recording, workshops and tours. The coral society will be welcoming new members in January 2024, and detailed information about The Constanza Choir’s programmes and activities is available on their official website: https://www.constanzachorus.co.uk/
The event is part of Devonshire Square’s ‘Art for Love’ Winter Festival, a FREE to attend programme of world-class artistic performances, organised and curated by the Devonshire Square Community and Events Management, with the aim of supporting the arts and bringing communities together, while raising awareness of highly deserving charities and important social causes.
If you wish to know more about Devonshire Square’s forthcoming events, festival of arts, and charitable initiatives, please contact the DSQ Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.