EM[POWER]? - A Concert for International Women's Day

Cadogan Hall

Partnering with Hennessey Brown Music, Vox Anima London brings a festival choir of upper voices to Cadogan Hall, under the baton of Erin Freeman to celebrate International Women's Day. The concert will be opened by Amies Freedom Choir - this incredible choir aims to develop the musical and cultural awareness of young women who have survived trafficking by exploring songs and musical styles from each others' cultures and languages. The evening will also feature renowned ensemble The Queen's Six singing their newest programme "Mapping the Stars."

Concert Programme

Amies Freedom Choir

conducted by Adwoa Dickson

Beautiful and Strong - A Dickson & Amies Freedom Choir

Hosanna - trad. Jamaican

Soualle - trad. Guyanese / West African

Thula Thul - trad. S African arr. H Herlyn

Strong Woman - A Dickson & Amies Freedom Choir

Bella Canzone - A Dickson & Amies Freedom Choir

Arara - trad. Afro Cuban

We Will Rise - A Dickson / A Samant & Amies Freedom Choir

The Queen's Six

Mapping the Stars

O quam mirabilis - Hildegard von Bingen

Factum est silentium - Richard Dering

Laboravi in gemitu meo - Alfonso Ferrabosco I/II

This endris night - Sarah Quartel

Mapping the stars - (a World Premiere) Toby Young

Piece of my heart - Ragavoy / Berns arr. J Clements

A star is born - Menken / Zippel arr. A Krstajic

Vox Anima London Singers

conducted by Erin Freeman

Everyday Wonders: The Girl from Aleppo - Cecilia McDowall

Lineage - Andrea Ramsey

EM[POWER]? - (a World Premiere) Hannah Rice

What Happens When a Woman Takes Power - Alexandra Olsavsky


Ashford School Ensemble

Bay Path University Chorale

Choralia - Surbiton High School

Queen Eleanor Choir

Singers from the London College of Music

Upper Chamber Choir, Surbiton High School Girls' Prep School

Vox Anima Chamber Choir

Williamsburg Women's Chorus