Polyphonie – a cycle of song for the summer – live on Kelston Roundhill

The 12-strong Bath-based ensemble of women’s voices, directed by Su Hart, will perform Polyphonie – a cycle of song for summer – at a wild flower decked Old Barn on Kelston Roundhill. There will be also be a walk to a pre-show performance among the trees at the top of the Roundhill at 1800.

The 12-strong women’s choir is directed by Su Hart.

Bath residents can take advantage of a free round trip bus service by contacting polyphonie@suhart.com.

Doors open at 1900 with the first supporting performance (Su Hart accompanied by flautist James Watts) at 2000.

There is parking on site, a cash bar (soft drinks, wines, local beer and cider) and food available (home made soup, organic cheeses made on the farm).

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