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Acclaimed vocal ensemble Echo present a stunning programme of old and new music about nature and the climate emergency. From Benjamin Britten's beautiful setting of Five Flower Songs to ANOHNI's call to arms, the programme takes listeners on a journey that both celebrates nature's abundance and warns of future scarcity. 

Relax into the serenity of Hildegard of Bingen's writing, delight in the sound world of Palestrina and discover brand new music by exciting young artists. The concert features world premieres from the shortlisted composers of Echo's inaugural Composition Competition.

Ticket options:

  • £14 - Standard
  • £7 - Under 25s
  • Free entry to under 18s 
  • £5 -  Add a digital behind-the-scenes package to your live ticket*

*To select this package, please select the number of tickets you need, and then add this to your basket when prompted.

In the additional digital package, audiences can enjoy a behind-the-scenes HD video, featuring interviews with the composers and singers alongside footage of the rehearsal process and the composer workshop. The HD video will be sent to ticket holders on Friday 31st August and will be available to view for 30 days. Please note that by purchasing the additional digital ticket, you agree for your email address to be given to the Performing Artist.

"Impeccable intonation, balance, charm, and perfect diction... An exceptional group"

Henley Standard

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