Join us at the Grange Wellington Hotel for the last in our current Brandenburg Sunday Series: a late afternoon concert in beautiful surroundings, featuring some of our favourite small groups. This evening we welcome Cantilena as they make their Festival debut with a beautiful Renaissance programme, including:
- Orlando di Lasso Tibi Christe splendor Patris
- Richard Dering Duo Seraphim
- Monteverdi Surgens Jesu, Currite populi, Pulchra es
- William Byrd Kyrie & Gloria from Mass in Three Parts
- Palestrina Princeps gloriosissime
- Tomas Luis de Victoria Duo seraphim
Conductor - Jenny Hansell
Tickets £23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) children £5 - book online now.
The premium package includes reserved seat + programme.
Special offers from Grange Hotels
For a completely indulgent afternoon, why not start with a sumptuous Grange afternoon tea?
Available to concert-goers for the bargain price of £15.95 per person (normally £21.95), the Grange Afternoon Tea comprises:
- An assortment of delicate finger sandwiches
- Hot scone
- Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve
- Selection of cakes
- A pot of tea of your choice
Or why not make an event of it, and stay the night too? The lovely people at the Grange Wellington are also offering a special package of afternoon tea and overnight stay to our concert-goers for a delicious £99!
To take advantage of either offer, click here to book with Grange Hotels.
Please remember that these packages do not include the concert ticket - these must be purchased separately (concert tickets link).
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
Cantilena is a small chamber choir for female voices based in the Horsham/Cranleigh area. Many of the singers are music teachers and most play an instrument to a high standard: all have a love for singing and a desire to tackle a wide and challenging repertoire. They have become known for their high quality performances of interesting programmes of music in a wide variety of styles, from plainsong to barbershop, via Haydn, Brahms and Britten. Cantilena is also available for weddings and functions. Forces can vary from a soloist, duet or small consort to the full ensemble including instruments.