Royal Harmony

Royal Harmony – When Victoria and Albert met Felix Mendelssohn.

We received an email from Rachel Buckley, the secretary of the Goldfield’s Historical Society. She extends an invitation to members who may be interested in the show Royal Harmony. It has been well researched and based on the diaries of Queen Victoria and Felix Mendelssohn.

Join the ageing Queen Victoria in 1900 as she reminisces about her early married life with her beloved Prince Albert, and particularly the first visit by Felix Mendelssohn to Buckingham palace in 1842. The Queen’s diary entries show a merry time of music making and singing. Prince Albert was a talented organist and pianist who wrote many songs – including one sung at their wedding – and Queen Victoria had a pure and charming voice. We will hear the songs of Prince Albert and Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn performed in a delightful musical afternoon Performance at the St Georges Old School Hall in Queenscliff

Saturday July 13th 2024, at 2pm.

Tickets $40 with souvenir program and afternoon tea included.

90 minutes duration without interval.

Join Queen Victoria for afternoon tea after the show.  Bookings  

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