Tuesday, 14 June 2016

World Premier of "Rouen" poem by May Wedderburn Cannan set to music by Chris O'Hara, 2nd July 2016, Manchester

May Wedderburn Cannan’s most famous poem “Rouen”, recalling the time she spent working at the Lady Mabell Egerton Coffee Stall at St Sever Station in France during the First World War has been set to music with May's Grand-daughter Clara May Abraham's permission by north-west composer Chris O’Hara and will be performed for the first time by the Manchester Chorale during an evening of stories and songs on Saturday, 2nd July 2016 at St. Ann’s Church, Manchester M2 7LF.

For tickets please contact www.manchesterchorale.org.uk