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The Monday Play: The Concert of Europe

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Michael Duke 's comic drama about the rise of nationalism in Europe.
A group of young British professional singers travel to Marseilles to take part in a European harmony festival, with distinctly unharmonious consequences. The singers are united only against their ambitious but ineffectual chorusmaster.
Singers: Jeni Bern (soprano), Raphael Rojas (tenor). Dennis Haggerty (tenor).
Pianist Michael Lester-Cribb Director Patrick Rayner

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Duke
Singers: Jeni Bern
Soprano: Raphael Rojas
Tenor: Dennis Haggerty
Pianist: Michael Lester-Cribb
Director: Patrick Rayner
Carl: Mark Straker
Clark: Finlay Welsh
Hazel: Fiona Francis
Philip: Kenneth Glenaan
Colin: Melvin Whitfield
Gabby: Fenella Kerr
Dominique: Vari Sylvester
Wilf: John Ramage

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The Monday Play: The Concert of Europe

BBC Radio 4 FM, 19 July 1993 19.45






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