Chance to experience music from around the world at Rugby's St Andrew's

Rugbeians can experience music from the Hindu, Sikh, B'hai and Christian traditions at a free concert at St Andrew's Church today, Friday October 5.

Friday, 5th October 2018, 12:08 pm
Updated Saturday, 6th October 2018, 3:34 am
St Andrew's Church.

The event, called ‘Music Unites’ has been organised by The Rugby Interfaith Forum (RIFF), which seeks to create peace, harmony and understanding between different religious groups.

A spokesperson said: “The event is being enthusiastically supported by the faith communities in Rugby and is open to anyone young or old, and will give a taste of music from different traditions.”

The concert begins at 2pm this afternoon, here is the full schedule.

2pm Bell ringers – St Andrew’s bell ringers 2:30 Handbells – St Andrew’s handbell group 2:35 Introduction to the event 2:40 Hindu dance and music 3:00 Christian songs – Sacred Heart Singers 3:15 Sikh dance and music 3:30 Light cold Refreshments and introduction to Jessie’s Fund 4:00 South Indian music 4:20 Bahai – piano solos 4:35 St Andrew’s Community Singers 4:55 Closing words 5:00 Finish

To learn more about RIFF, visit interfaithinrugby.org.uk