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Major works, sacred and secular, of the choral repertoire from Early Music to Contemporary works, performed by pre-eminent choral ensembles and choirs from around the world.

Bronwen Whyatt


14th July

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  • Gesualdo: Four Motets. Royal Chapel European Vocal Ensemble/Philippe Herreweghe.
  • Schubert: Deutsche Messe, D872. Tolz Boys' Choir, Wind Orch/Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden.
  • Dvorak: Moravian Duets, Op.32, B60. Marian Lapsansky, pno., Prague Chamber Choir/Josef Pancik.
  • Bridge: A Prayer. BBC NO of Wales, BBC National Chorus of Wales/Richard Hickox.
  • O'Neill: And I'll Kiss Thee Yet. Justine Favell, pno., Birralee Blokes/Paul Holley.

  • 7th July

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  • Byrd: Infelix ego. ORA/Suzi Digby.
  • Delius: Songs of Farewell. Royal PO, Royal Choral Society/Sir Malcolm Sargent.
  • Elgar: Te Deum and Benedictus, Op.34. Northern Sinfonia, London Symphony Chorus/Richard Hickox.
  • Wesley-Smith: Who Killed Cock Robin?. Penelope Sharpe, sop., David Russell, alto., The Song Company/Roland Peelman.
  • Little: Wasted and Worn, Op. 6 The Stanbery Singers, Paul John Stanbery
  • Little: That time of the Year, Op.2 The Stanbery Singers, Paul John Stanbery
  • Esenvalds: Infelix ego. ORA/Suzi Digby.
  • Harris: Evening Hymn. Exon Singers/Andrew Carwood.

  • 30th June

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  • Frye: Ave regina. David James, alto., Rogers Covey-Crump, ten., John Potter, ten., Gorden James, bar., Hilliard Ensemble.
  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5. Ronald Dowd, ten., London SO, London Symphony Chorus, Wandsworth Boys' Choir/Sir Colin Davis.
  • Berlioz: Requiem, Op.5. Ronald Dowd, ten., London SO, London Symphony Chorus, Wandsworth Boys' Choir/Sir Colin Davis.
  • Tavener: Schuon Hymnen. Polyphony/Stephen Layton.

  • 23rd June

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  • Palestrina: Missa brevis. Westminster Cathedral Choir/David Hill.
  • Bach: Missa brevis in A, BWV234. Michael Chance, alto., Michael George, bass, Susan Gritton, sop., AAM, King's College Choir Cambridge/Nicholas Cleobury.
  • Mozart: Mass No.14 in C, K262, Missa longa. Armin Ude, ten., Hermann-Christian Polster, bass, Mitsuko Shirai, sop., Marga Schiml, m-sop., Leipzig Radio Choir, Dresden Philharmonic/Herbert Kegel.
  • Nystedt: Missa brevis. Canberra Chamber Singers/Dominic Harvey.

  • 16th June

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  • Victoria: Super flumina Babylonis. Trinity College Choir, Melbourne/Michael Leighton Jones.
  • DuMont: On the waters of Babylon. La Chapelle Royale, La Chapelle Royale Choir/Philippe Herreweghe.
  • Delalande: Super Flumina Babylonis. Sandrine Piau, sop., Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, ten., Veronique Gens, sop., Francois Piolino, ten., Jerome Correas, bass, Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  • Rameau: Deus noster refugium. Noemi Rime, sop., Sophie Daneman, sop., Nicolas Cavallier, bass, Paul Agnew, alto., Nicolas Rivenq, ten., Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  • Stanhope: Exile Lamentations - Three Choruses. Sydney Chamber Choir/Paul Stanhope.
  • Vaughan Williams: Lord, Thou Hast Been our Refuge. Jonathan Bradley, org., Trinity College Choir, Melbourne/Michael Leighton Jones.
  • Ives: Psalm 90. John Wiles, ten., Darlene Cluff, sop., Seung Won Cho, org., University of Texas Chamber Singers/James Morrow.
  • Sumsion: Psalm, In Exile. Donald Hunt Singers.
  • Rutter: Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge. John Birch, org., Brian Thomson, tpt., Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.

  • 9th June

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  • Anonymous: Gregorian Chant: Les Noces de Cana. Deller Consort/Alfred Deller.
  • Anonymous: Alleluia, Behold the Bridgroom. St Petersburg Chamber Choir/Nikolai Korniev.
  • Bortniansky: Thy Bridal Chamber. Melbourne Cappella Choir/Nicholas Cowell.
  • Wagner R: Lohengrin: The Bridal Chorus. National PO, London Philharmonic Choir/John Alldis.
  • Stravinsky: Les Noces. Cyprien Katsaris, pno., Krystian Zimerman, pno., Martha Argerich, pno., John Mitchinson, ten., Paul Hudson, bass, Homero Francesch, pno., Anny Mory, sop., Patricia Parker, m-sop., English Bach Festival Chorus, Festival Percussion Ensemble/Leonard Bernstein.
  • Augustinas: The Stomping Bride. Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.
  • Grainger: The Merry Wedding. Marianne Lund, sop., Peter Fog, bar., Maria Streijffert, contr., Lars Pederson, ten., Bo Anker Hansen, bass, Johan Reuter, bar., Hjordis Jakobsen, sop., Annette Simonsen, alto, Kasper Nielsen, ten., Danish RSO, Danish National Radio Choir/Jesper Grove Jorgensen.
  • Grainger: The Gypsy's Wedding Day. Academy St Martin in the Fields Chorus/Richard Hickox.
  • Britten: A Wedding Anthem, Op.46. Margaret Phillips, org., The Sixteen/Harry Christophers.
  • Rutter: As the Bridegroom to his Chosen. City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  • Tavener: Village Wedding. Chanticleer/Joseph Jennings.

  • 2nd June

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  • Rore: I went down into my garden. Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips.
  • Dufay: Supremum est Mortalibus. Huelgas Ensemble/Paul van Nevel.
  • Dufay: Balsamus et Munda Cera. Huelgas Ensemble/Paul van Nevel.
  • Vierne: Messe Solennelle. Gwyn Gillard, org., Nicholas Grunden, org., Geelong Grammar School Choir /Tom Healey.
  • Elgar: The Music Makers Op.69. Jean Rigby, m-sop., BBC SO, BBC Symphony Chorus/Sir Andrew Davis.
  • Whitehead: The virgin and the nightingale. Geoffrey Collins, fte., The Song Company.
  • Kouvaras: ...to enter the dream which includes all dreams. Linda Kouvaras, pno., Australian Contempory Chorale/Hildy Essex.

  • 26th May

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  • Couperin: Salve Regina. Anne-Marie Lasla, viola da gamba, Paul Agnew, alto., Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  • Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle. Helen Field, sop., Peter King, harmonium, David Nettle, pno., John Tomlinson, bass, Edmund Barham, ten., Anne-Marie Owens, m-sop., Richard Markham, pno., City of Birmingham SO Chorus/Simon Halsey.
  • Mamlok: Cantata based on the first psalm. Laudibus Choir/Michael Brewer.
  • Thomas: Love Songs (from 'Love Songs'). Chanticleer/Joseph Jennings.
  • Traditional (arr. Walker): The Minstrel Boy. Jenny Duck-Chong, m-sop., Cantillation/Antony Walker.


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