Sunday 7 June 4:00pm£5 – £36
St John the Evangelist
BRITTEN Noye’s Fludde
LONDON MOZART PLAYERS STRING QUINTET
CROYDON CITADEL BAND
CRYSTAL PALACE RECORDER GROUP, led by Julie Dean
LOCAL AMATEUR MUSICIANS
CHORISTERS OF ALL SAINTS WEST DULWICH
TRINITY BOYS SCHOOL
OLD PALACE SCHOOL OF JOHN WHITGIFT
COLOMA COCENT GIRLS’ SCHOOL
ECCLESBOURNE PRIMARY SCHOOL
CYPRESS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Will Vann conductor
Ruth Rogers leader
Father John Pritchard as ‘God’
Alex Ashworth as ‘Noye’
Kate Symons Joy as ‘Mrs Noye’
Join London Mozart Players for the spectacular finale of A Season of Virtuosos at St John’s Upper Norwood with Benjamin Britten’s epic family favourite Noye’s Fludde. Storms, boats and an angry God take centre stage in this imaginative re-telling of the well-known tale of Noah, his family and their unlikely cargo of animals, as they fight for survival for 40 long days on the ark.
Originally conceived as a community opera, this joyful work is tailor-made to show off the array of talent in Upper Norwood. London Mozart Players will be joined by 100 young singers and actors from local schools, members of the Croydon Citadel Band, the Crystal Palace Recorder Group and local amateur string players. St John’s Upper Norwood is the ideal venue for this piece, which Britten intended to be performed at a church.
This community performance promises to be an dramatic tour de force which brings our season at St John’s to a memorable conclusion.
Early bird 15% discount available if you book by Thursday 28 May.
The LMP’s 2019/20 ‘Season of Virtuosos’ at St John the Evangelist is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and the Croydon Cultural Partnership Fund.