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The Platform: Throwback Chorus

The Platform: Throwback Chorus

  • Date 22 Oct 2020
  • Time 7.30pm - 8.30pm
  • Category Music and performance

International Concert Series 2020-21

Event information

From archival performances to livestreamed gigs, forums to share ideas to online lectures, we are pleased to launch this new, open platform for the community at the Department of Music to share with you what makes us so special. 

The nature of these online events is to present the extensive reach and world-class talent of our staff and students, so each event will be in a different format for you to engage with from the comfort of your own home. 

Tonight we #throwback to a collection of concerts by the Royal Holloway Chorus conducted by our Director of Choral Music Rupert Gough, with music by Leonard Bernstein and John Rutter.

How can I watch it?

This event will be premiered on our dedicated YouTube channel (link embedded). 

Your digital programme

We now offer all our viewers free access to your own digital programme, as created by our team of student writers as part of the Concert Management & Artist Personnel Programme at the Department of Music. Scroll through and find out more about our performers featured in this event, the music that is being performed and more:


Click here to view your digital programme



Further information

No booking required. The event will premiere on this page at the stated start time.

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