Soloists: Louise Winter, Andrew Staples, Graeme Broadbent With the Sussex Elgar Orchestra led by Jennifer Shepherd
Director: John Langridge
Widely regarded as Sir Edward Elgar’s finest choral work, The Dream of Geronitus will be performed on the 150th anniversary of his birth.
This work is rarely performed because of the sheer scale of chorus and orchestra it demands. Three of the UK’s finest soloists - Louise Winter, Andrew Staples and Graeme Broadbent – all of whom have sung in opera houses around the world including the Royal Opera House, will join a chorus of 200 voices and a 50 piece orchestra for a glorious celebration of the life and music of this much-loved composer.