The fabulous Purcell Singers return to the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London for this late-night concert of music old and new. The programme opens with Thomas Tallis's spellbinding Motet for 40 voices, Spem in alium, and also includes motets by two other English composers Byrd and Purcell, and more recent works by Tavener, Whitacre and Gorecki. Join us in the beautiful candlelit surroundings for this mesmerising a cappella performance by one of London's finest choirs.
Thomas Tallis | Spem in Alium
Sir John Tavener | Song for Athene
Henryk Gorecki | Totus Tuus
Eric Whitacre | When David Heard
William Byrd | Ne Irascaris Domine
Henry Purcell | Remember not, Lord, our offences
Mark Ford — Conductor
This concert will last approximately one hour, without an interval.
Tickets £14 (unreserved) — available from the St Martin's box office — call 020 7766 1100 or book online.
A combined ticket for both of this evening's concerts is available, which offers a 25% discount — please call the St Martin's box office for availability.