2015-2016

Magna Songs Chamber Concert

Saturday 19 September 2015, 7.30pm
Medieval Hall, Salisbury

Bach Art of Fugue
Students with Special Needs (arr. Howard Moody) Magna Song Cycle

Tenor: Mark Padmore | guitar: Morgan Szymanski | dance: Anusha Subramanyam | percussion: Mayilvaganum Vijayarajah | harpsichord: Howard Moody | La Folia String Quartet: Elizabeth Wilcock, Daphne Moody, Annette Isserlis, Nick Cooper

“It was an extraordinary achievement driven by the extraordinary Howard Moody and it was a privilege to have been involved. The audience’s response at the end of the performance, deep silence and tearful faces, was an apt indication of what had been created.  It was deeply moving.” Audience member at chamber concert

Magna Songs Chamber Concert Review 19.09.15


Holy Week Choral Foundation Concert

Wednesday 23 March 2016, 7.30pm
Salisbury Cathedral

MacMillan Seven Last Words from the Cross
Domenico Scarlatti Stabat Mater

Tickets from Salisbury Playhouse box office: 01722 320333


ArtCare/Elevate: Hospital Recitals

Thursday 24 March 2016 10.30AM – 3.30PM
Salisbury District Hospital: recitals in wards and public spaces

Cello: Joely Koos

Sponsored by Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust 


Harnham Croft Recital

Thursday 24 March 2016 
Harnham Croft

Cello: Joely Koos


ArtCare/Elevate: Hospital Recitals

Tuesday 21 June 2016 10.30AM – 3.30PM
Salisbury District Hospital: recitals in wards and public spaces

Violin: Ken Aiso (click for the artist’s website)

Sponsored by Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust 


Harnham Croft Recital

Tuesday 21 June 2016
Harnham Croft

Violin: Ken Aiso (click for the artist’s website)


ArtCare/Elevate: Hospital Recitals

Tuesday 5 July 2016 10.30AM – 3.30PM
Salisbury District Hospital: recitals in wards and public spaces

Guitar: Morgan Szymanski (click for the artist’s website)

Sponsored by Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust


Harnham Croft Recital

Tuesday 5 July 2016
Harnham Croft

Guitar: Morgan Szymanski (click for the artist’s website)


Evening Songs

Tuesday 12 July 2016, 5.30pm
Salisbury Cathedral

A special Evensong written and sung by pupils of Exeter House and Salisbury Cathedral Choir.

Cathedral choristers and students from Exeter House School joined together to devise something completely unique: an innovative Evensong service that represents each young person’s highly individual response to the Christian Liturgy.

Find out more about the project