Concerts 2016-17

 John Gibbons conductor


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Our 2016–17 concert season offers a wide range of exciting and beautiful music. We begin in October with some of the greatest music written for choir and wind orchestra, while in January we offer a programme of choral masterpieces written by some of the greatest modern French and Swiss composers. In March we move to the Renaissance for a feast of Italian and Spanish music, notably including Allegri’s Miserere, as well as works by the globe-trotting Orlando di Lasso. Following Easter we have our biennial Exchange with our German friends, the Wormser Kantorei, this time involving two concerts in Worms. Back home, as a light-hearted finale to the season, our July concert combines early and modern compositions devoted to the natural world, including two settings of St Francis’s words and very modern works devoted to birds, Jonathan Dove’s Who Killed Cock Robin? and Karl Jenkins’s Parliament of Owls.

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Concert Review: At the Court Of Krakow, Saturday 2nd July 2106

Live premier for Polish piece 300 years after it was written   It is a peculiarity that a piece of music written by a significant composer around 300 years...
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