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Finzi and Copland at SJE Arts

13 June
SJE Arts Oxford
St John the Evangelist Church, 109A Iffley Road
Oxford
OX4 1EH

Florence Beatrice Price. American classical composer, pianist, organist and music teacher, and noted as the first African-American woman to be recognised as a symphonic composer.
Image: Florence Beatrice Price (1887 -1953). American classical composer, pianist, organist and music teacher, and noted as the first African-American woman to be recognised as a symphonic composer.

About Finzi and Copland at SJE Arts

Finzi Eclogue
Florence Price Adoration
Copland Appalachian spring
Peter Warlock An old song

Maki Sekiya piano

Orchestra of St John’s
John Lubbock conductor

See in the summer with Copland’s glorious Appalachian Spring! Maki Sekiya will join the orchestra to perform Finzi’s sunny Eclogue and Florence Price’s too often overlooked piano work, Adoration. Plus Peter Warlock ‘An old song’.

This is one of a series of socially distanced chamber concerts at SJE Arts.

To accommodate social distancing rules, they are offering a short concert of about 1 hour with no interval, starting at 6.00pm.

The event will follow strict procedures. Seating will be preallocated by household.

Good to know

  • For ‘Track and Trace’, please include your telephone number in the notes field of your order. The rules are that the organiser must record ‘first name, second name and telephone number for one member of each group’.
  • When you purchase tickets, the organisers also politely ask that you add a voluntary donation, equal to the price of a ticket, to support their work in the community and with children in Special Educational Needs schools.