Leading the London Concert Orchestra, the former Hordelian thanks essential medical staff across the globe.
|16 Jul 2020|
The Conductor and Musical Director, Anthony Inglis (né Anthony Inglis Howard-Williams), who was a pupil at Hordle House from 1960-1965, led The London Concert Orchestra and tenor Wynne Evans in a musical tribute to the NHS, medical workers and all essential workers around the world. Each playing from their own home back in April, they created their own version of Puccini's Nessun Dorma in true Lockdown spirit.
Join over twelve thousand people who have watched their performance online:
Thank you to Tom Pearson-Chisman and Anthony's brother, Christopher Howard-Williams, for bringing this to our attention.
Christopher and Anthony are the sons of Flight Lieutenant Jeremy Howard-Williams DFC and nephews of his brother, the Spitfire pilot Squadron Leader, Peter Howard-Williams DFC, who were also old boys of Hordle House (both survived the war).
For your interest:
Anthony Inglis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Inglis_(conductor)
Jeremy Howard-Williams: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Howard-Williams
Peter Howard-Williams: https://www.bbm.org.uk/airmen/Howard-Williams.htm
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