The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London welcomes back St John's Voices from Cambridge for this hour-long programme of achingly beautiful choral music from the Renaissance to the present day. The repertoire includes Bach's majestic Komm, Jesu, Komm, Allegri's iconic Miserere and the London premiere of a fascinating short new work by rising star composer, David Nunn, which combines ancient plainsong with contemporary compositional techniques. Graham Walker conducts with organ accompaniment provided by Anthony Gray and David Heinze.
J.S. Bach | Komm, Jesu, Komm
Michael Praetorius | Ingressus Angelus
Henry Purcell | Hear my Prayer
Alonso Lobo | Versa est in Luctum
Gregorio Allegri | Miserere
C. Hubert H. Parry | My Soul, there is a Country
William Mathias | Ave Verum Corpus
Edward Bairstow | Let all Mortal Flesh
C. Hubert H. Parry | There is an old belief
David Nunn | Rejoice we (London première)
William Harris | Faire is the Heaven
St John's Voices
Graham Walker — Conductor
Anthony Gray and David Heinze — Organ
This concert will last approximately one hour, without an interval.
Tickets £19 (premium) £14 (unreserved) £5 (children) — book online now!
Our premium tickets include a reserved seat (this differs per venue according to acoustic, but is usually 3–5 rows from the front, near the centre aisle), a programme, and a voucher for a drink which can be redeemed either before the concert or during the interval.