Pegasus Choir open our Autumn Series with a delightful one-hour programme of German choral favourites from the 18th and 19th centuries. Beginning with J.S. Bach's ever-popular Jesu, joy of man's desiring, this programme will explore works by Rheinberger, Bruckner, Schubert and Mendelssohn before closing with two of Mozart's most-loved pieces, Laudate Dominum and Ave verum corpus.
- JS Bach Jesu, joy of man's desiring; O Jesu Christ, mein's Lebens Licht
- Rheinberger Abendlied
- Bruckner Ave Maria; Christus factus est; Os justi
- Schubert Ave Maria; Psalm 23
- Brahms Geistliches Lied
- Mendelssohn Verleih uns Frieden
- Mozart Laudate Dominum; Ave verum corpus
This concert lasts approximately one hour without an interval.
Conductor - Matthew Altham
Tickets £14 (unreserved) Available from the St Martin's box office - call 020 7766 1100 or book online.
NB a reduced price combined ticket for this evening's two concerts is available - please call the St Martin's box office (25% discount).
About the performers
Pegasus, which celebrates its 21st anniversary this year, is one of London’s most acclaimed chamber choirs, with a repertoire embracing sacred and secular music from the Renaissance to contemporary commissions. The choir performs with leading instrumental ensembles, vocal soloists and conductors, and has regular collaborations with the London Handel Orchestra, most recently in Bach’s Mass in B Minor in Tilford and at St John’s Smith Square, London. Other recent concerts have included Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610. Pegasus has performed in four productions with renowned dancer Carlos Acosta at the London Coliseum and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The choir has premiered works by John Tavener, Thomas Adès and Francis Grier. In October it will perform Mozart’s Mass in C Minor with the London Handel Orchestra for Grayshott Concerts. Pegasus has featured on BBC television and radio, Channel 4 and Classic FM.