The penultimate concert in the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, and the first of two concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields this evening, welcomes two of Cambridge’s fantastic Chapel Choirs, those of Churchill and Murray Edwards Colleges. Conductor and composer Mark Gotham directs this unusual concert of music spanning the ages and the continent.
Along with choral favourites by Allegri, Brahms, Bruckner and Mozart, the combined forces of these talented choirs will perform rarer works by Lili Boulanger and Nancy Kerr, as well as three works by the conductor himself. The programme will also include Gotham’s innovative arrangement of the beautiful Adagietto from Mahler’s Fifth Symphony.
Join us for this relaxing concert – an ideal way to see out the bank holiday.
Anton Bruckner | Locus iste
Gregorio Allegri | Miserere
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Ave verum corpus
Johannes Brahms | Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen (from Ein Deutsches Requiem)
Gustav Mahler, arr. Mark Gotham | Adagietto (from Symphony No. 5)
Mark Gotham | Benedictus; Looking Inwards Out; Utrumne est Ornatum
Lili Boulanger | Hymne au soleil
Nancy Kerr | Fragile Water
Choirs of Churchill College and Murray Edwards College, Cambridge
Adrian Bradbury — cello
Pearl Eagling — organ
Simon Lichtinger — piano
Joe Westwood — guitar
Mark Gotham — 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.