The Royal Marines Charity are proud to be supporting Journey Through Conflict’s ‘WW1 From Then Until Now’.
Marking the Centenary of the end of WW1, this event features renowned one-handed concert pianist Nicholas McCarthy, whose performance of Left-Hand Alone repertoire composed for injured service personnel during WW1 will accompany the personal accounts of injury and rehabilitation by members of our Armed Forces.
Thurs 18 Oct Clifton Cathedral Bristol 1930
Thurs 25 Oct St James’s Piccadilly London 1930
Sunday 28 Oct Canterbury Festival
Friday 9 Nov Exeter Cathedral 1930 – to coincide with centenary of end of WW1
Commemorating the Centenary of the end of WW1, Major General Andy Salmon (rtd) CMG OBE, leads us through a unique event, charting the experiences of servicemen & women in conflict from WW1 through to WW2, the Troubles and to recent campaigns, including Iraq and Afghanistan.
This artistic performance features renowned one-handed concert pianist Nicholas McCarthy, whose performance of Left-Hand Alone repertoire arranged for injured service personnel following WW1, is fused with the artwork, voices, poetry and stories of our veterans’ personal journey through conflict, injury and rehabilitation.
The Mountbatten Festival of Music 2019
Tickets are now on sale to see the Massed Bands of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines perform at the Royal Albert Hall.
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