2pm HALL – Welcome from Ken Moffat, Head of School

2:05pm HALL – Communal singing with David Flood  – David Flood, Organist and Choir Master at Canterbury Cathedral will lead the delegates in communal singing

2:30pm HALL – Talk – “A Musical Coming Out” Thomas Hancox and Tim Ramsey
Flautist Thomas Hancox considers, through words and performance, the interrelationship between music and sexuality. In collaboration with Tim Ramsey of Just Like Us.

3:30pm HALL – Tea and Coffee

3:45pm – Workshops

  • B7 FEYNMAN ROOM – Composition Workshop with Judith Weir CBE (Master of the Queens Music)
    The Langton Chamber Choir will also give a short performance of music by Judith Weir
  • B8 Music in the treatment of Parkinson’s
    Langton student, Jacob Turner-Dore will talk about Dopamine release in response to music and its application in the treatment of Parkinson’s
  • HALL Music and Healing Talk/Recital
    Once concert pianist, Annette Servadei will give a talk and performance on how music and art aided her recovery from a stroke and heart surgery

5pm – Break for tea

7pm – Evening Concert – HALL 

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World-renowned tenor Mark Padmore and Cardiff Singer of the World’s official accompanist Simon Lepper will give a voice and piano recital with a particular focus on how mental health played a part in the lives of the featured composers.

Schumann – Hans Christian Andersen songs – Op 40
Richard Rodney Bennett – Tom O’Bedlam
Schubert – Heine settings from Schwanengesang

“…Mark Padmore’s tenor caught on prime form. Such pleasing timbre, such luminous diction, such sensitivity to word and phrase, such restraint but also strength…I do not think the latest version can be bettered.”
Piers Burton-Page