Saturday 16 July 2022 – 6:45pm Summer Concert

Saturday 16 July 2022 – 6:45pm Summer Concert

By kind permission of the Dean and Canons of Windsor, the UK-Japan Music Society in collaboration with St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, presents a 30th Anniversary Summer Concert on Saturday 16 July 2022 at 6:45 pm.
To include music by Handel, Byrd, Bach, Elgar, Kasamatsu, Stanford, Japanese songs, Reiwa Carol and others.

Tickets: £30 and £15 available from [email protected]
Tickets enquires only please call: 07986 196332; no under school age children admitted.
https://ukjapanmusicsociety.org.uk
Entry via Henry VIII Gate, Castle Hill from 6:15 pm
There is no parking within Windsor Castle; please see below for Terms and Conditions.

This concert celebrates a number of milestones:
• UK-Japan Music Society’s 30th Anniversary
• The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
• Japan’s Reiwa era
• Deepening of UK-Japan relations with Prayer for Ukraine, Europe and world peace

The music reflects the above, with UK-Japan Choir and Consort of professional young musicians, and international soloists from Japan and UK.
Kumi Shimizu violin Victoria Meteyard soprano
Julian Gregory tenor Ben Giddens organ
Jonathan Gregory conductor & organ

Terms and Conditions
• For events in Chapel, patrons must allow time for security checks.
• Doors will open no more than 30 minutes before the concert starts.
• Every effort to admit latecomers will be made at a suitable break in the event,
but admissions cannot always be guaranteed.
• The taking of photographs inside St George’s Chapel or recording of any
performance and the use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited.
• We reserve the right not to accept tickets for re-sale.
• The Chapel reserves the right to: refuse admission to an event; request any ticket
holder to leave an event, and take appropriate action to enforce this right; change
the advertised arrangements of the concert in the event of illness or any cause
beyond our control.

The Queen's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.