Cheryl Frances-Hoad's "The Food of Love" premiered at St Martin-in-the-Fields for International Women's Day

March 12, 2017

The London Oriana Choir gave the world premiere performance of the last of Cheryl's five15 commissions at a well-attended concert in St Martin-in-the-Fields on 7 March.   Described by The Observer's Fiona Maddocks as 'joyful and rampant', "The Food of Love" is a settings of texts by Christina Rossetti and Jonathan Swift – celebrating onions, oysters, melons, plums and other gourmand delights.  The Choir was accompanied by the Meridian Sinfonia and conducted by Dominic Peckham.  Read the full review here.

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