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Performance

VenueThe Royal Albert Hall
Other spaces: Elgar Room
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From25th August 2019
To25th August 2019
When17:30
What is currently on at The Royal Albert Hall (V221)

Prom 49

Prom 49T0188637216
Part of the BBC Proms.


Archive :: production:T0188637216, concert:S5980, venue:V221

The Lost Words Prom

We celebrate the rich musical landscape of nature in a Prom inspired by the bestselling book The Lost Words, which revives disappearing words that describe the natural world. With a brand-new 'spell' by the book's author Robert Macfarlane, and live paintings from Jackie Morris, who created the original artwork, the programme includes the nightingale, quail and cuckoo calls from Beethoven's 'Pastoral' Symphony the Arctic bird cries of Rautavaara's Cantus arcticus and the carefree flight of Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending. A unique event for all the family.

Company

Performer Stephanie Childress (violin)
Performer Jason Singh (beatboxer)
Performer Angie Newman (British Sign Language Interpreter)
Company The Lost Words Spell Song (folk group)
Company National Youth Choir of Great Britain
Company Southbank Sinfonia
Conductor Jessica Cottis
Director Serena Cross

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