Tickets are now available for Kidasha's Autumn concert at St Martin-in-the-Fields. Part of the Brandenburg Choral Festival, on Thursday 17 November, two of Cambridge University’s finest chapel choirs, those of Queens’ and Emmanuel Colleges, are performing Haydn’s magnificent oratorio, The Creation.
Featuring some of the composer’s finest late music, this true gem in the choral repertoire, filled with everything from exquisite solo arias to rousing choruses, will be the first concert in the festival’s finale. This performance will be directed by Brandenburg’s newly-appointed associate conductor Edward Reeve and accompanied by resident orchestra Brandenburg Sinfonia.
Wherever you are in the world we want you on board! Over the weekend of 24th & 25th September, you can run, walk, cycle, host a bake sale, picnic or any fundraising activity you want and be part of Kidasha Runs the World.
On Sunday 25th September, Kidasha staff and supporters will be running concurrent half-marathons in Pokhara and Ealing. But even if you’re not a runner, if you have a passion, skill or hobby, you can use it to raise money for the thousands of children we work with.
Our Chief Exec Janice Miller and our Trustees Nick Barry and Dipak Karki actually did two interviews with Nepali TV when the Nepal Cricket Team were at Lords. Find out more our future plans and hopes of working more closely with the Nepali community in this second video. ... See MoreSee Less