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Prom Praise - All Souls Orchestra with Prom Praise Choir and guest Tim Hughes

Saturday May 5, 2018 at 19:30
Royal Albert Hall, London
£39.50, £37, £35, £31.50, £23, £17.50, £12.50, £7.50 (standing)
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  1. Overture, from Candide - Leonard Bernstein
  2. Celebration - Clive Malabar
  3. The Lord is my light (Psalm 27) - Frances Allitsen
  4. This joyful Eastertide - Traditional Dutch, arranged by Noel Tredinnick
  5. How great thou art - Carl Boberg, words translated by Stuart Hine
  6. O clap your hands - John Rutter
  7. A mighty fortress - Dan Galbraith
  8. Light of the world - Tim Hughes
  9. Happy day (Greatest day in history) - Ben Cantelon and Tim Hughes

Famous worldwide for a unique voice in music, the All Souls Orchestra bring their flagship event – Prom Praise – for the annual visit to the Royal Albert Hall with a very special partnership of classical and contemporary musicians.

We are thrilled to welcome worship leader and songwriter, Tim Hughes to Prom Praise for the first time. Lucy Grimble also makes her debut at Prom Praise, fresh from a recent tour with Matt Redman. Joining them on stage is classical soprano Joanne Lunn; a long-standing Prom Praise favourite over many years who has built an impressive prize-winning career as a singer, we can’t wait to welcome her back.

Prom Praise London 2018, under the leadership and baton of Noël Tredinnick is sure to be an inspiring evening of worship with thousands of others alongside the All Souls orchestra, a 500-strong choir forming from around the UK and an American guest choir The Sons of Jubal.

This year Tearfund will be joining us to mark their 50 year anniversary. A great opportunity to see a charity who follow Jesus and go where the need is greatest, we will be celebrating everything they’ve achieved so far, as well as recommitting to ending extreme poverty for good. Finally, Krish Kandiah, Tearfund’s ambassador will co-host the evening alongside All Souls Rector, Hugh Palmer.

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