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Annelies: a performance to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

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Wednesday 15 January 2014

On Monday 27 January 2014 at 6.30pm, St Martin-in-the-Fields will mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a performance of Annelies.

Update: students can claim 50% off tickets, for details see below.

This sensitive and deeply moving choral work by British composer James Whitbourn celebrates the life and talent of Anne Frank, born Annelies Marie Frank on 12 June 1929.

Set to words selected from Anne’s diary by Melanie Challenger, the work was first heard in 2005 and draws on the poetic contrasts between Anne’s wistful teenage musings and her ever-present fear of discovery by the Nazis.

Andrew Earis conducts the St Martin’s Voices in this elegant arrangement of the work for chorus, violin, cello, piano and clarinet.

Tickets are £10 (unreserved), please book online here, or call our Box Office on 020 7766 1100 (option 2).

More information on Annelies.

The performance is generously supported by the Duveen Trust, established in the memory of Sir Geoffrey and Lady Elise Duveen.  


Students can claim half-price tickets to this performance by calling the Box Office on 020 7766 1100 (Option 2) and quoting the discount code ‘student’. The discount is also available in person at the Box Office.

Proof of student status will be requested when collecting your tickets.