Zeb will read the lively anecdotes of the celebrated Irish tenor, Michael Kelly - In particular, the string quartet party he attended in 1784, when Haydn, Mozart, Dittersdorf and Vanhal played quartets together. Performed by The Revolutionary Drawing Room as part of the Richmond-Upon-Thames Music Festival.
Opus Anglicanum and their reader Zeb Soanes return to St James' Church, Marylebone with a sequence of words and music for Holy Week. Music includes Tallis, Palestrina Lamentations, Byrd, Gibbons and Dunstable, and readings from Thomas Traherne, The Dream of the Rood and the Upanishads and David Jones.
Confirmed speakers for the golden anniversary conference include Lauren Child, Michael Morpurgo, Zeb Soanes, James Mayhew, Jackie Morris, Jacqueline Wilson, Justin Somper, Sarah Crossan, Katherine Woodfine, Robin Stevens, Meg McLaren and Heather Crossley.
Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew will be at the sixth Cardiff Children's Literary Festival to launch the first Gaspard the Fox book. Learn about urban foxes and see how to draw one. Book signing includes a paw-print from Gaspard.
Zeb and the award-winning illustrator James Mayhew will discuss their collaboration on Gaspard the Fox, revealing the extraordinary life of urban foxes and how to draw one. Book signing includes a paw-print from Gaspard.
Zeb will narrate Prokoviev's Peter and the Wolf for the Penzance Orchestral Society's summer concert.
Opus Anglicanum return to the Thaxted Festival to perform their programme Seeds of Love, thoughtful texts read by Zeb Soanes with folk music arrangements by Vaughan Williams, Percy Grainger, Cecil Sharp and many others.
Zeb and James Mayhew will introduce children to Gaspard The Fox at the The 2018 Edinburgh International Book Festival: Baillie Gifford Schools Programme.