York Events Calendar

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This guide lists events at a glance, showing what’s on each month. See the highlights of What’s On for York, featuring the best of things to do in York – Live Music and Gigs, Family Events, Art & Culture, Food & Drink and much more. York fundraisers and charity events.

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June 2023

Late Music: Stuart O’Hara (baritone)

3 June @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Unitarian Chapel, 31 St Saviourgate
York, YO1 8NQ York
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The programme will focus on no fewer than eight new settings of regional and local poets by regional and local composers.

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Late Music: Late Music Ensemble, conductor Nick Williams

3 June @ 6:45 pm - 9:30 pm
Unitarian Chapel, 31 St Saviourgate
York, YO1 8NQ York
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£10 – £12

Concert: 7:30 pm - 6:45 preconcert talk with complimentary glass of wine or fruit juice) The End of the World Jukebox – composers and players re-imagine the pop songs they would like to hear if the world was coming to an end: The concert will feature works by Tim Brooks, Murphy McCaleb, Naomi Perera, and Anna Snow. Plus stand alone works by: Christopher Fox: New work (LM commission) Tony Adams: New Work plus composers selected from the over 45’s composition workshop.

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Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony

10 June @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
York Minster, Deangate, York
York, YO1 7HH York
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£6 – £25

Two choirs combine for a concert of music by Vaughan Williams: York Musical Society and Philharmonischer Chor Münster from York’s twin city in Germany. The major work in this concert is A Sea Symphony, panoramic in scale and depicting different aspects of the sea. It uses text from poems by Walt Whitman including The Waves and On the Beach at Night Alone. Toward the Unknown Region, another Whitman setting, takes us on a journey from darkness to light. It was described by the composer…

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