Music for Bhopal Anniversary Concert

Bhopal anniversary concert 3rd December Bhopal gas disaster
Music for Bhopal at Brighton Unitarian Church

On Friday the 30th November 2012 we held a concert to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the Bhopal gas disaster.

The concert, held at Brighton Unitarian Church was a great success, with all tickets sold out.

Bhopal gas disaster Farah Edwards Khan introduces Music for Bhopal concert for the 28th anniversary
Bhopal survivor Farah Edwards Khan

The entertainment was a mixture of classical and light music, and featured instrumental and choral pieces spanning the Medieval to the Baroque including compositions from Thomas Tallis, Georg Philipp Telemann, Bach, Handel, Purcell as well as lighter barber shop harmonies.

Bhopal gas disaster commemorative concert 3rd December 1984
Byrde Recorder Duet- Jean McCreery & Naomi Graham

Artists included:

– Liz Ryder Weldon (soprano soloist)

– A Bunch of Daphs – singing group with Liz Ryder Weldon

-Sussex Flutes – all-female flute quartet

– Adam leClercq – counter tenor

– Sue Mileham – soprano

– Jane Richards – mezzo soprano

– Tim Nail – pianist

– Byrde: Jean McCreery & Naomi Graham– recorder duet

– The Carmen Rollers – female barbershop quartet

– The Old Spice Boys – male barbershop quartet

In addition to the the musical performances Bhopal survivor, Farah Edwards Khan introduced the event and actor Rashid Karapiet performed several readings.

Sussex Flutes play for charity concert in Brighton for the Bhopal Medical Appeal
Sussex Flutes

Thank you to all of the musicians who donated their talents for the event.

Thanks to Tanay Sharma for the photography and Rashid Karapiet for his readings.

Special thanks to Adam leClercq for his musical direction.

Bhopal Medical Appeal classical concert for the anniversary of the 1984 Union Carbide gas tragedy
A Bunch of Daphs
Girl with candle Bhopal

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