Composer Adrian Snell’s The Passion comes to Eastbourne

Book your seat for the 7.30pm Good Friday presentation of The Passion at St John’s Church in Meads, Eastbourne.

 Keyboard player, singer and composer Adrian Snell will be at St John’s Church on Good Friday, 29 March, to present The Passion, which was originally recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and premièred on BBC Radio One. This presentation of the Easter narative takes place in the main church building and includes a full band and singers. Click here to book tickets

Adrian is known for his conceptual albums such as The Passion, Alpha and Omega, Fierce Love, Song of an Exile, City of Peace, and most recently his trilogy Kintsugi, the Art of Precious Scars. He is heralded as a groundbreaking musician for his merging of styles and ability to transcend preconceived boundaries and audiences.

At the turn of the century he decided to train as a music therapist. He now practises as a Music Therapist and Arts Therapy Consultant in a variety of places in and around Bath, his home town. In November 2020, Sacristy Press published his biographical book Fierce Love, Music Leads a Lost Child Home, which has been received with overwhelmingly positive reviews. It chronicles the story of his life and music, including the genesis and further journey of The Passion.

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