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Feel Good Festival: Choral Sanctuary with Christian Forshaw

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Tickets £20.00

A candlelit concert of beautiful choral voices celebrating the 20 year anniversary of Christian Forshaw's much lauded album 'Sanctuary'.

Christian Forshaw’s album Sanctuary - an exquisite exploration of sacred music, blending saxophone, organ and voice with original composition - has become a much-loved classical hit, regularly featuring on national radio. In our beautiful candlelit church venue, with its excellent acoustics and stunningly restored organ, we are honoured to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of this piece with Christian and his handpicked selection of choral voices.

Christian Forshaw

Christian Forshaw's distinctive sound as a saxophonist & composer/arranger has attracted a global audience. His recordings have been streamed millions of times and have received much critical acclaim.

To date he has recorded six solo albums which receive regular airplay throughout the world. He was featured by Decca as composer, arranger & performer with Voces8 on the albums Eventide & Lux.
More recently his writing and playing was featured on When Sleep Comes, a collaboration with Nigel Short and Tenebrae.

Forshaw's music has been heard in a number of film and television scores, including the 20th Century Studios blockbuster The Last Duel directed by Ridley Scott, and A Song For Jenny for the BBC.

Christian has performed and recorded with artists as diverse as Brian Eno, Damon Albarn, Moondog, Hugh Jackman, The Divine Comedy, Michael Nyman Band, BBC Singers & the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.

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Special Deals with our Festival Partners!

10% off in selected local hospitality when you attend any event at Portaferry's Feel Good Festival 1-10 March.

Just show your ticket to claim:

10% off accommodation at The Schoolhouse, Portaferry

10% off the Pre-Theatre menu on Fridays and Saturdays at The Bull and Claw, Portaferry

10% off your first drink at Dumigan's Bar - just a 5 minute walk from the Portico of Ards where all the events and activities take place.

  • Arts Council NI

    Arts Council of Northern Ireland

    Supported by Lottery Project Funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

  • Supported by ANDBC

    Ards and North Down Borough Council

    Supporting arts and heritage across the borough

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