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Will is a musician based in Bath. Primarily playing the piano, he accompanies many different choirs, teaches the piano and is the director of music at St. John the Baptist Church with St. Catherine, Batheaston.

Pianist and accompanist

Will Ashworth

Apr 27, 2017

20:45 - The Queen's Head, Box

Schtumm... with the Louie Miller Project

The debut gig of the Louie Miller Project, promising lush, fresh sounds.

Apr 28, 2017

10:00 - 17:00 - St. Luke's Church, Bath

Workshop with Will Todd

In preparation for Lucis' spring concert at the Wiltshire Music Centre, the choir will be hosting composer Will Todd for a workshop of his music, focusing on the Jazz Missa Brevis. Tickets include music hire and refreshments on the day.

May 12, 2017

19:30 - Wiltshire Music Centre, Bradford-on-Avon

Jazz Missa Brevis by Will Todd - Lucis

After their successful debut in 2016, Lucis are thrilled to return to the Wiltshire Music Centre for an evening of contemporary choral music from across the globe. Joined by jazz trio Adam's Apple and the Arcosanti String Quartet, the programme will feature Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds' mellifluous setting of the O Salutaris Hostia, Gjeilo's Dark Night of the Soul and Eric Whitacre's Five Hebrew Love Songs. The concert will conclude with Will Todd’s Jazz Missa Brevis which was commissioned by Portsmouth Cathedral in 2015.

May 18, 2017

Venues around Bath

Party in the City

Will is performing with Bath Spa Ladies Choir at 18:30 in Burdell's Yard, London Rd., Lucis at 19:00 in St. Swithin's Church, the Paragon, Noctis at 20:00 in St. Michael's Without, Bath Cantata at 20:30, also in St. Michael's Without and Bath Spa University Choir at 21:00 in Bath Abbey

Jun 09, 2017

19:30 - Holburne Museum, Bath

Northern Lights - Noctis Chamber Choir

Noctis are delighted to welcome internationally acclaimed pianist, Maria Garcia, for their Summer concert exploring the works of several prominent figures in the contemporary choral music scene, including Eriks Esenvalds, Ola Gjeilo and Jussi Chydenius. The programme will explore how nature often provides the richest tapestry of inspiration for composers, ranging from Gjeilo’s setting of WB Yeats’ poem, The Lake Isle of Innisfree, to Esenvalds’ evocative depiction of the Northern Lights phenomenon.

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