Date: Saturday 16th May 2020
Cornwall and Brittany in Song Canoryon Lowen with Cantaree Choir and Lost In Song
Nick Hart’s award winning Canoryon Lowen is a St Neot based choir with members drawn from Devon and Cornwall who sing a repertoire from Tallis to Tavener, Bach to Boogie and everything in between.
Making their first visit abroad, Cantarée is a community choir from Pleyber Christ in Brittany, and is twinned with Lostwithiel. They kindly hosted Canoryon Lowen on their 2018 Brittany tour. Their MD is the celebrated folk singer Jo Van Bouel.
Lost In Song is Emma Mansfield’s mighty community choir from Lostwithiel with its unique repertoire of modern arrangements and quirky standards. The choir tops the bill every week in August at the Lostwithiel Sing By The River Sessions.
As Carnglaze is a Tourist Attraction during the day we close the site to the public at 5pm (8pm August)
The gates will then open an hour before the performance is due to start. Please see your tickets for the performance time.
Your pre-ordered tickets will arrive by post and have a compliment slip with a map and site information.
If it is too late to post the tickets to you they may be collected from the Ticket Office on site before the performance.
Seating is unreserved so it is a case of first come first served!
If you need Low Mobility Parking please inform us at the time of booking as spaces are limited and must be pre-booked.
Please remember this IS a cavern and the temperature remains at 10 deg C all year round, so warm clothing and a cushion are recommended.
Carnglaze Caverns can best be found off the A38. From Liskeard, there are brown tourist signs directing to Carnglaze just before Trago Mills. From Bodmin the signs are just past Trago Mills.
From the A30, turn off at the sign for Colliford Lake and follow the signs to St Neot. Drive through the village and Carnglaze is about a mile south of the village, on the left.
(Routes are highlighted in red on the map below.)