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The Green Chorus Lunchtime Recital at St Dunstan-in-the-West: Memorial Concert for the sufferers of the Great East Japan Earthquake

12 March 2014, London

The Green Chorus is a Japanese women’s choir formed more than 30 years ago in Golders Green, London. Hence comes the name the Green Chorus.


Since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami  in 2011, the Green Chorus  has been taking part in numerous charity events and memorial concerts.

This year,  singing  at St Dunstan-in-the-West, again for those people who are trying to reconstruct their lives in Tohoku region, the choir  will be presenting a song “ Cantate Domine” composed by Ko Matsushita,  a Japanese composer well known world wide.

Donating his works,  Mr Matsushita initialised a project called Sing for Japan.
The Green Chorus’s  performance of “Cantate Dimino “ could be the UK premiere.


Programme includes:
Traditional folk songs and children’s play songs
English Madrigals as well as Western music by Handel and Brahms
We will also sing: Hana-wa-saku (Flowers will  bloom) - rehabilitation support song for the sufferers of the Great East Japan Earthquake


Conductor : Mikiko Ridd
Piano :  Noriko Sekiya


Admission Free

12 March 2014, 1.15pm - 2.00pm

St Dunstan-in-the-West, 186A Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HR

Green Chorus ( Nippon Club)