University Of Plymouth Choral Society Singing Workshop
  • St Paul’s Church, Yelverton

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Join the University of Plymouth Choral Society at their singing workshop and explore a selection of Edward Elgar pieces, including: 

  • Lux aeterna
  • Snow
  • Ave verum corpus.
There will be an informal performance at 17:30 with a retiring collection for Brain Tumour Research.

Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence

The University of Plymouth successfully partnered with the charity Brain Tumour Research to become a Centre of Excellence, currently one of only four in the UK.

The world-leading research in Professor Hanemann’s laboratories seeks to discover new treatments and a cure for low-grade brain tumours, for the benefit of patients and their families. For further information about our world-leading brain tumour research click here

Interested singers can apply by contacting the University of Plymouth Choral Society Secretary, Jan Green: on or +44 (0) 1752 844899.

Date: Saturday 30 June
Time: 09:30-18:00
St Paul’s Church, Yelverton
17:30: Informal performance
Ticket information: £16/£14 for UPCS Members 

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Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence

Around 16,000 people a year in the UK are diagnosed with a brain tumour. We're working with Brain Tumour Research to improve research and treatment. Brain Tumour Research is an official charity partner of the University and we are one of four universities in the UK working with the charity to improve the treatment and outcomes of brain tumours. Plymouth’s Centre of Excellence specialises in low-grade brain tumours, which are usually benign, slow-growing but ultimately can become malignant. Our focus is to identify and understand the mechanism underlying the development of brain tumours, and explore ways to halt or reverse that mechanism. 

More information about the Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence 

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