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Song For Dover

Howard Moody and Helen composed Song for Dover for the arrival by sea of the Olympic Torch in 2012 for the Cultural Olympiad. On a wild night on the beach 40,000 people witnessed the arrival of the torch accompanied by songs, instrumentalists and a major firework display. It was produced by Pippa Bailey and The World Famous. The soloist was Tanja Tzarovska.

As well as SONG FOR DOVER Howard and Helen also composed…

Where Two Worlds Touch, a site specific performance created for Salisbury Cathedral commissioned by Salisbury International Arts Festival in 2011. The performance celebrated the commonality between religions, focussing on the great mystics from different religious traditions.

It involved two choirs, moving through the nave, a brass band and percussion, four soloists in the nave including Simon Grant and three angel voices (Chadwick, Victoria Couper, Barbara Gellhorn) singing from a thin ledge high up the west window from where the singing could be heard crystal clear. Creative Sufi dancer Ziya Azazi lifted the performance into another realm with his spinning.

Watch some video clips of our performances