Hungarian concert at Canterbury Cathedral.
As part of the Becket Week the choir will sing at a joint Catholic-Anglican mass in Canterbury Cathedral at 1.30pm on the 29th May and after the mass will give a free concert of Hungarian music in the Green Court Deanery from 2.30 pm.
The programme will feature these pieces among others at the Mass:
- Missa Brevis of Mátyás Seiber
- Pange Lingua and Ave Verum by György Orbán
- O Sacrum Convivium by Gabriel Jackson
and at the Concert:
- Dal from 4 Hungarian Folksongs by Bartók
- Esti dal and Túrót eszik a cigány by Kodály
- Alkony by Ferenc Farkas
Dates for the diary
20th Oct St Paul’s Covent Garden. 7. 30pm
Music by Lobos and Guerrero
Toby Young Dance Suite ….London Premiere
6th December. Grosvenor Chapel. London. 7.30pm
Introduced by Brian Kay.
7th December. Gosvenor Chapel. London. 7pm
Good Housekeeping Christmas Concert.
8th December. Kings Church Amersham. 7.30pm
Combined concert with vocal groups from the Amersham Music Centre
Thursday 7th, April Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Coronation Anthems. St Martin In the Field. Brandenburg Choral Festival.
Saturday, 19th December, 7pm: Handel’s MESSIAH at St James’s Church, Piccadilly.
Saturday, 12th December, 7:30pm: Christmas concert – St Mary’s church, Amersham, Buckinghamshire
Thursday, 10th December, 7pm: Carol concert for Good Housekeeping magazine – Grosvenor Chapel, London
Thursday, 22nd October, 7:30pm: Rachmaninov Vespers at St Peter’s Church, Eaton Square
Saturday, 26th September, 7:30pm: Bartok concert for the Hungarian Cultural Centre – St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, London
Sunday, 21st June, 7pm: St. Mary’s Church, Twickenham “MAGNIFICAT” Including music by Victoria, Bruckner, Rachmaninov, Poulenc, Jonathan Harvey, Giles Swayne, Tarik O’Regan, and Gabriel Jackson.
Tuesday, 23rd June, 8pm: St. James’ Church, Sussex Gardens, W2 3UD VOICES OF LONDON FESTIVAL JCS and DE PROFUNDIS Music from above programme
Friday, 27th March, 7pm: Mozart Te Deum and Requiem in C with the Brandenburg Sinfonia, Brandenburg Choral Festival – St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Saturday, 7th March, 7:00pm: Bach motets and Rheinberger’s Mass in E Flat – St Sepulchre, Holborn
Monday, 19th January: JS Bach’s Johannes Passion, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Valletta Baroque Festival, Malta
Saturday, 13th December, 7:30pm: Christmas concert – St Mary’s church, Amersham, Buckinghamshire
Tuesday, 9th December, 7pm: Carol concert for Good Housekeeping magazine – Grosvenor Chapel, London
Monday, 8th December, 7pm: Carol concert for UNICEF – St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge, London
Sunday, 7th December, 6pm: Christmas concert – St Mary the Virgin, Widdington, Essex
Monday, 1st December, 7pm: Advent concert for the Hungarian Cultural Centre in the presence of His Excellency János Csák, the Hungarian Ambassador – St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, London
Saturday, 18th October, 8pm: Mass for 5 voices – St Sepulchre, Holborn. Featuring works by Lennox Berkeley and his son Michael, opened with a discussion panel at 7pm hosted by Lennox Berkeley’s biographer Tony Scotland. .
2014 Presteigne Festival, Wales
25th Anniversary Gala concert – 10th June 2014, St John’s Smith Square, London
Peace before the Storm – 2nd May 2014, St Endellion Church, Cornwall, 3rd May 2014, Tolmen Centre, Constantine, Cornwall.
Mothers Lament – 3rd April 2014, St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, London.
Allegri Miserere, Brandenburg Choral Festival – 25th February 2014, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
Rejoice and Be Merry – 4th December 2013, St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, London
Rejoice and Be Merry – 7th December 2013, St Mary’s Church, Twickenham, London
Messiah – 14th December 2013, St James’, Piccadilly, London
Rachmaninov Vespers – 31st October 2013, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London