Vox Anima London are proud to present the UK premier of Kim André Arnesen’s Tuvayhun: Beatitudes for a Wounded World. Kim André Arnesen is one of the most frequently performed classical composers from Norway today and this moving piece promotes a message of inclusion, trust, kindness, compassion, humanity, and mutual respect. They are thrilled to be bringing choirs from the US, Spain and England to rehearse together, before bringing Tuvayhun to the London audience in Cadogan Hall.
The piece is being performed on Saturday 30th May starting at 7.30pm. The concert sends a message of collaboration between countries at a time when so many people are feeling division and separation.
They would love the Norwegian community living in London to come and join them at this concert and they have a variety of corporate packages to offer Norwegian companies or those with a connection to Norway.
Pre-concert drinks reception for up to 30 guests which includes tickets to the performance
Advert space in the programme
Meet the composer
Discount on the purchase of more than 10 tickets
They are also looking for a main sponsor for the event.
Learn more about the work of Vox Anima London and meet Artistic Director – Dr James M Meaders, at their website www.voxanimalondon.com. To find out more about Kim André Arnesen and his music, visit his website here