Join us once again for an afternoon of indulgence at the Grange Wellington Hotel and our Brandenburg Sunday Series: a late afternoon concert in beautiful surroundings, featuring some of our favourite small groups.
For this concert we welcome three fabulous groups: ProVoc, and two groups of soloists from the brilliant Choir of Royal Holloway. The Holloway teams will perform a real variety of repertoire, from traditional folk songs to Michael Finnissy via pretty much everything in between! New vocal ensemble ProVoc are guaranteed to entertain with their close-harmony arrangements of recent hits and twentieth-century classics.
- Finnissy Christening
- Bairstow Jesu the very thought of thee
- Tallis If ye love me
- Duruflé Tantum Ergo
- Harris Holy is the true light
- Viadana Exultate Justi
- Appenzeller Je ne scay pas
- Traditional O Waly Waly; The Oak and the Ash; Dormi, dormi, bel bambin
- di Lassus Vignon, Vignon, Vignette
Tickets £23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) children £5 - book online now.
The premium package includes reserved seat + programme + interval drink.
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 an overnight stay to our concert-goers for an amazing £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.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
ProVoc is an all female pop/soul close-harmony vocal ensemble with a gospel flair, made up of professional singers from a variety of musical backgrounds. The members exploit their diversity and personality to create a colourful presence, whilst indulging their coroporate passion for a cappella close harmony music. ProVoc came to life in February 2016, and so far, has been performing at weddings, private events and festivals such as Live and Loud in the legendary London Fields Brewery and Latitude 2016.
The Choir of Royal Holloway is considered to be one of the finest mixed-voice collegiate choirs in Britain. Their recordings on the Hyperion label have attracted top reviews from all the major music publications. Equally at home on the concert platform the choir gives 50-plus concerts a year with a particular specialism in music from the late Renaissance and contemporary music, especially from Baltic States. Created at the time of the foundation of Royal Holloway in 1886, the choir now comprises 24 choral scholars who undertake a busy schedule of weekly services, as well as concerts, international tours and broadcasts. Despite a hectic timetable the members of the choir still find time to sing together in smaller groups, and benefit from a unique training programme in collaboration with The King's Singers, Royal Holloway's Ensemble in Residence.
sopranos - Danielle O'Neill and Eleanor Partridge
altos - Sophie Overin, Alexander Turner and David Whitworth
tenor - William Hey
baritone - James Furniss-Roe
basses - Thomas Rayner and Laurence Padfield
You can hear the complete Choir of Royal Holloway performing Arvo Pärt's Passio on Wednesday 22 March.