Flowers of the Seasons – Politics, Power & Poverty

Performance by Electric Voice Theatre and singing workshop

Flowers of the Seasons – Politics, Power & Poverty is a celebration of the music of Eliza Flower (1803-1846) – a local composer and campaigner for women’s and worker’s rights whose music was sung in church, at protest marches on the streets and in the drawing rooms of the wealthy. Help us tell her incredible story brimming with love, scarred by scandal and marked by genius. Together we will bring her music, once so popular, back to life.

Join us for a singing workshop and a performance of some delightful songs for the seasons, dramatic hymns, powerful protest songs, and settings of contemporary writers like
Sir Walter Scott and her frequent collaborators, radical feminist Harriet Martineau, and her sister, the poet, Sarah Flower Adams who is best known for penning the hymn “Nearer My God To Thee”.Presented by Electric Voice Theatre:

Frances M Lynch – Artistic Director, Soprano, Composer
Laurence Panter  – Pianist, Tenor

Date: Thursday 16th November
Time: 13:30 – 15:00
To book: Please email with your name and contact number
or call 02074052370 (option 1 or 3)
We aim to be all inclusive and as accessible as possible for all.
Frances M Lynch at Conway Hall for Eliza Flower Performance

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