An inter-faith Commemoration in words and music to mark Holocaust Memorial Day
At St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury
Sunday January 27th 2019 4pm
The event is being planned by Multitude of Voyces in partnership with
St Thomas’s Church
Revd Kelvin Inglis
Canon Guy Wilkinson
Representatives from Salisbury’s Jewish and Muslim communities
Pupil volunteers from Bishop Wordworth’s School, Salisbury.
We are privileged to be able to include movements from
Olivier Messaien’s ‘Quartet for the End of Time’
Movements from ‘Romanian Dances’ by Hilda Jerea
‘Meditation’ by Malcolm Singer
A section of Ronald Stephenson’s major work, ‘Passacaglia’
Four exceptional local professional musicians perform the instrumental music
Christopher Guild, (piano)
Daphne Moody (violin)
Bryony Moody (‘cello)
Jenny Nelson (clarinet)
Please join us as we mark this day of international significance.
All are welcome to this event, of any faith, or none. Entrance is free and a retiring collection will be taken.
For further information about this Commemoration and for media enquiries please contact