Our Next Performances
- Saturday 5 May at 7:30pm – St Endellion parish church, Cornwall
- Sunday 6 May at 7pm – St Fimbarrus parish church, Fowey, Cornwall
‘Setting Sail!’ – A musical voyage to Germany and the Baltic states, featuring works by Brahms, Dambis, Ešenvalds, Kuula, Mäntyjärvi, Miškinis and Pärt, set alongside pieces by Bingham, Parry and Stanford.
Tickets £10 (free for accompanied u16s) on the door and in advance from:
St Endellion: www.endelienta.org.uk or tel 07787 944935 or The Wadebridge Bookshop
St Fimbarrus: www.eventbrite.co.uk
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Further Dates for your diary
· Saturday 7 July at 7:30pm – St Anne’s Church, Kew Green, TW9 3AA
Tickets £10 on the door and from www.eventbrite.co.uk (booking fee applies)
· Saturday 14 July at 7.30pm – St Mary’s Church, Oakley, MK43 7RU
Tickets £14 (including drink) on the door and from email@example.com
‘Songs for a Summer Evening’ – English Choral Music by Parry (part songs and motets) and by Pearsall, Vaughan Williams, Rutter, Bingham, Campkin and Young.
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5th April – Brandenburg Choral Festival of London at St Martin-in-the-Fields with the Brandenburg Sinfonia. Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine, Requiem, Sicilienne, Nocturne; Franck Panis Angelicus; Saint-Saëns Deux Chorales; Debussy Danse sacrée et Danse profane.
21st February – ‘Miserere Mei’ – music for a Penitential season at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden. World Première of Giles Swayne’s St Sepulchre’s Bell plus the UK Première of Gregory Rose’s Stabat Mater. Also featuring settings of the Miserere by Allegri, Kodály and Alexander Campkin and other works by Anerio, Palestrina, Tavener, Victoria and David Mitcham
9th February – Brandenburg Choral Festival of London – Miserere settings by Allegri, Kodály and Alexander Campkin at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church
17th December – ‘Rejoice and Be Merry!’ – A Christmas entertainment at Ashwell House, London
30th November – ‘Finland @ 100’ – Part of the official programme celebrating the Centenary of Finland’s Independence. Choral works by Sibelius, Rautavaara and Mäntyjärvi (Finland); Pärt (Estonia); Ešenvalds and Vasks (Latvia); Miškinis and Kairyté (Lithuania); Jackson and Vaughan Williams (Britain) at St Katharine Cree, London
21st and 22ndOctober, 4th November – joint performances in Lithuania and London with the ‘Pro Musica’ Choir of Vilnius University, conductor Rasa Gelgotiene – works by Vytautas Miškinis, Lina Kairytė, Gabriel Jackson, Rachmaninov, Algirdas Martinaitis, Giedrius Svilainis, Sir John Tavener, Tarik O’Regan and Sir James MacMillan – at St. John the Baptist and St. John the Apostle and Evangelist Church, Vilnius, Sts Peter and Paul the Apostles Church, Molėtai and St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden.
23rd September – Schoenberg’s Friede auf Erden and Brahms’ Fest- und Gedenksprüche (Opus 109) at St James Church, Paddington.
16th June – ‘Seascapes’ – music by Paul Reade, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Frank Martin, Giles Swayne, Judith Bingham, Charles Stanford, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Rhiannon Randle, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Lynne Plowman and Ben Ponniah at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden
6th April – Brandenburg Choral Festival – Caldara’s Stabat Mater, Mozart’s Requiem and Misericordias Domini at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church
23rd March – Kodály’s Pange Lingua and Missa Brevis; Frank Martin’s Messe pour double choeur at St. Giles’ Cripplegate Church, Barbican
6th March – Kodály Celebration Concert at St John’s Smith Square
3rd March – Zoltán Kodály 50th Anniversary Concert for the Hungarian Cultural Centre at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden.
10th December – A Concert of Christmas Music with Amersham Music Centre Choirs at Kings Church, Amersham
7th December – The Good Housekeeping Christmas Concert – at Grosvenor Chapel
6th December – Christmas words and music for choir and audience, introduced and narrated by Brian Kay with James Risdon on recorder and Michael Higgins as organist
20th October – Danse Macabre – London Danced Première of Toby Young’s Dancing Star with the Torgan Dance Company, Howells Requiem and choral settings from Renaissance Iberia and present-day South America and featuring clarinettist Lloyd Coleman – at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden.
10th September – Frank Martin’s Mass for Double Choir – a ‘Come and Sing’ workshop at St James’s Paddington
29th May – Sung Mass at Canterbury Cathedral and outdoor concert featuring folksong settings by Kodály, Bartok, Farkas, Greig and Paul Reade.
30th April – ‘Brahms to the Beatles’ at St Endellion, Cornwall.
7th April – Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Coronation Anthems at St Martin in the Field in the Brandenburg Choral Festival.
14th January – Rachmaninov’s Vespers at St Martin in the Field in the Brandenburg Choral Festival.
19th December – Handel’s Messiah at St James’s Church, Piccadilly
12th December – Christmas concert at St Mary’s church, Amersham
10th December – Carol concert for Good Housekeeping magazine at Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair
22nd October – Rachmaninov’s Vespers at St Peter’s Church, Eaton Square
26th September – Bartok concert for the Hungarian Cultural Centre at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden
23rd June – JCS and De Profundis – Voices of London Festival at St James’ Church, Paddington
21st June – “Magnificat” including music by Victoria, Bruckner, Rachmaninov, Poulenc, Jonathan Harvey, Giles Swayne, Tarik O’Regan and Gabriel Jackson at St Mary’s Church, Twickenham
27th March – Mozart’s Te Deum and Requiem in C with the Brandenburg Sinfonia in the Brandenburg Choral Festival at St Martin in the Fields
7th March – JS Bach motets and Rheinberger’s Mass in E Flat – St Sepulchre, Holborn
19th January – JS Bach Johannes Passion with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in the Valletta Baroque Festival, Malta