London's Rosary Shrine: Music and conversation with Sir James MacMillan


This Saturday, 25th May, 7.30pm, London's Rosary Shrine (St Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill, NW5) will welcome the internationally acclaimed Catholic composer and close friend of the Dominican Order, Sir James MacMillan CBE for an inspiring evening of his choral music, and relaxed conversation about faith, inspiration, and the arts.

Experience the spiritual depth of MacMillan's music written in honour of Mary, the Mother of God, amid the Gothic splendour of Britain's largest Marian Shrine church. There will be informal drinks after the concert, with an opportunity to meet Sir James in person.

The evening will conclude as Sir James and Fr Lawrence Lew OP engage in conversation about faith, music, and a range of topics that Sir James is passionate about including music education in schools, life issues, and the place of the Christian faith in the arts and contemporary Britain.

For booking and more information see: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sir-james-macmillan-conducts-macmillans-marian-motets-tickets-54540868205


Tags: St Dominic's, Haverstock Hill, Sir James MacMillan, Fr Lawrence Lew

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