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UPCOMING EVENTS

TIS NATURE'S VOICE

11 MAY 2021

Richmond Concert Society
7.45pm, St Francis de Sales Church

Hampton Hill, Middlesex, TW12 1JR

 

Elgar famously wrote: 'the trees are singing my music -- or have I sung theirs?'. Often his music evokes the sense that nature is speaking directly to the listener, adding a further dimension to his music about the natural world. We explore this phenomenon in other music from Britain, Germany, and the Nordic region where the idea clearly also appealed to composers. We end with a vibrant contemporary Australian soundscape - Sacred Kingfisher Psalms by Ross Edwards.

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RECENT EVENTS

PROGRAMME:

            Henry Purcell          Hear my prayer, O Lord
                                                    Funeral Sentences
        Carlo Gesualdo       Tenebrae Responsories
                                                   for Holy Saturday 

          Edvard Grieg                          Fire Salmer
  Galina Grigorjeva                      In Paradisum

LONDON  HONNINGTON

OXFORD LIEDER FESTIVAL

IN PARADISUM

12th-15th October 2019

HELSINKI

Saturday 22nd Feburary 2020

Sibelius Academy Concert Hall

PAST PROGRAMMES

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TWELFTH
NIGHT

London & Warwick

January 2019

In Memoriam

Performed at Cheltenham Music Festival (July 2018), St. Peter's Bournemouth (October 2018), Music at Pinner (November 2018) 

MUSIC'S MEASURE

The Celtic North

 
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