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In January 2015 we marked Holocaust Memorial Day in Chichester with a tribute to former Chichester Member of Parliament John Abel Smith- who campaigned so effectively for Religious and Political Rights in the mid- 1800’s. For January 2016, the same team, now working with the University of Chichester Music Department and Chichester Cathedral, then organised the production of the opera ‘Last Train to Tomorrow’ conducted in person by its composer Carl Davis. Then, working closely with the Department of History & Politics at the University of Chichester, the team organised ‘Conspiracies -the Evil and the Good’ special film screenings at New Park Cinema on 27th January 2017. On 27th January 2018, a performance of the Opera PUSH, composed by Howard Moody, will take place at Chichester Cathedral.

Chichester Marks Holocaust Memorial Day Committee:
Chair:
Clare Apel – Chichester City and Chichester District Councillor
Members:
Martyn Bell – Chichester City Councillor
The Reverend Canon Dr Anthony Cane – Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral
Dr Andrew Smith – Historian and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History and Politics at University of Chichester
Trevor James – Chartered Accountant specialising in advice to Charities
Jill Hoskins – Joint Artistic Director of PUSH Chichester 2018

PUSH Chichester 2018 Team 27/01/18
Composer: Howard Moody
Joint Artistic Directors: Kate Jones and Jill Hoskins
Choral director: Jo Allum
Singing coach: Emily Barden
Conductor: Crispin Ward, University of Chichester Orchestra

PUSH Chichester 2018 Team 11/04/18
Composer: Howard Moody
Joint Artistic Directors: Kate Jones and Jill Hoskins
Choral director: Jo Allum
Singing coach: Emily Barden
Conductor: Howard Moody

PUSH Chichester Team Profiles