Brandenburg Sunday Series

  • Grange Wellington Hotel 71 Vincent Square London, England, SW1P 2PA United Kingdom

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.

This afternoon we are 'in the presence of angels' as we welcome back the wonderful Cantilena performing some beautiful sacred music for high voices by Charpentier along with works by Couperin and Bernier.

  • Charpentier Ave regina coelorum; Antiphona; Salve Regina; In Nativitate Dominum Nostri Jesu Christi Canticum; Gaudia Virginis Mariae; Huitième répons du Mercredi saint; Magnificat
  • Couperin Regina coeli laetare; Aspiratio mentis ad Deum
  • Bernier Motet du Saint-Espirit

Cantilena
Harpsichord - David Hansell
Conductor - Jenny Hansell


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 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.

The Wellington Suite

The Wellington Suite

The Chapel

The Chapel


ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

Cantilena is a small ensemble of female voices based in Surrey and Sussex. 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. Since their inception in 2010 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 Palestrina, Charpentier, Haydn, Brahms, Britten and MacDowall, to name just a few composers whose music they have sung.