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City of London Sinfonia Presents: Great British Choral Anthems

Southwell Minster, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0HD
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City of London Sinfonia Presents: Great British Choral Anthems


Friday 14 October 2016 from 7.30pm

Our nation’s cathedral choristers unite with City of London Sinfonia the length and breadth of Britain, performing Handel, Bach and MacMillan.

Spectacular, rousing and awe-inspiring

Handel’s Coronation Anthems are made for the great settings of our nation’s cathedrals, resounding under their vast stone vaults for hundreds of years.

James MacMillan, one of Britain’s most revered composers, has written his own anthem especially for this national tour with support from Friends of Cathedral Music. And Bach’s music is poignant elegance in sound, synonymous with perfection.

There are few sounds as stirring as our cathedral choirs raising their voices in song, and they really soar when united with an orchestra like the world-class City of London Sinfonia.

Handel The King Shall Rejoice
Byrd O Lord Make Thy Servant Elizabeth
Walton Coronation Te Deum
Handel Organ Concerto in F Major HWV 295
Handel My Heart is Inditing
Handel Let Thy Hand Be Strengthened
James MacMillan Oh Give Thanks Unto The Lord
Bach Suite No 3 in D BWV 1068
Handel Zadok the Priest

Stephen Layton Artistic Director & Principal Conductor, City of London Sinfonia
Simon Hogan Acting Rector Chori, Southwell Minster & Organ Soloist
Edward Turner Acting Assistant Director of Music, Southwell Minster

City of London Sinfonia

The Cathedral Choir and Girls’ Choir of Southwell Minster

By kind permission of the Dean and Chapter of Southwell

Tickets: £10-£20 available from the Southwell Minster shop on 01636 812933 or via the City of London Sinfonia website

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