Folk duo Henderson:Hooper return to the stage this Wednesday at St Michael & All Angels Church (Summertown, Oxford) for a special concert to raise awareness of issues surrounding climate change. The concert, ‘The Rhythms of Nature’, is part of the wider Caring for Creation: Festival of Arts in the Time of Climate Change event taking place between 5th October and 10th October 2021.
‘The Rhythms of Nature’ will also feature performances by Alice Stainer (soprano), Claire Sadler (cello), Vanessa McNaught (violin), Stephen Allen (piano), Sarah Coatsworth (piano), Isabel Knowland and Arne Richards (violin and accordian).
This is a free event, and tickets are not required.
Not been to one of their gigs before? Check out Henderson:Hooper’s performance of their original track ‘Pete’s Trees’ (from their album of the same name) to see what you’ve been missing out on!