Similarly, where people are being forced to keep apart due to the coronavirus, they ring true for families around the world separated from loved ones.
According to the Royal Albert Hall website, the concert “will give the nation a moment to pay tribute to the fallen men and women of the Second World War and salute the country’s VE Day Veterans, many of whom are experiencing uncertainty and isolation.
“It is also our opportunity to thank the Armed Forces who, alongside the NHS and many others, are coming together to serve the country.”
Jenkins’ performance will be half an hour long, and will be performed in an empty Royal Albert Hall, which will be the first time in its 150-year history the hall has been used for a performance of this kind.
Published at Fri, 08 May 2020 08:09:00 +0000