Choir of King's College, Cambridge
at St. John's, Smith Square

Stephen Cleobury, Music Director

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The Choir of King's College, Cambridge are continuing their series at St John's Smith Square this season with three concerts conducted by Stephen Cleobury, presented by Intermusica.

In October, the Choir sing a selection of the most popular anthems from the English choral tradition written during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Choir recently recorded the same in a candle-lit performance for DVD on Opus Arte, "sung sublimely and beautifully by the Choir" (Organ Magazine).

At Christmas they will sing the well-loved Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Vaughan Williams as well as Britten's A Boy was Born and some more traditional Christmas Carols.

In March the Choir present The Great Romantics, a wonderful programme featuring richly expressive choral music written by some of the great composers of the Romantic era, including Brahms, Mendelssohn and they crown the series with Dvorák's Mass in D.

For further information, contact Catherine Petherbridge, Promotions Manager

Monday 28 October 2002, 7.30pm

The English Athem

Stanford For lo I raise up
Harris Faire is the heaven
Ireland Greater love
Bainton And I saw a new heaven
Harris Bring us, O Lord
Stanford Latin Magnificat

Parry Songs of Farewell

Monday 2 December 2002, 7.30pm

Christmas with King’s
Berkeley I sing of a maiden
Britten A boy was born

A sequence of seasonal carols and hymns

arr. S. Cleobury O come, O come Emmanuel!
Poston Jesus Christ the apple tree
Weir Illuminare Jerusalem
Ledger A spotless rose
Chilcott The Shepherd's Carol
Woolrich Spring in Winter
Dove The Three Kings
arr. Willcocks God rest you merry gentlemen
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Christmas carols

Wednesday 19 March 2003, 7.30pm

The Great Romantics

Bruckner Christus factus est
Mendelssohn Hear my prayer
Brahms Warum ist das Licht gegeben?
Brahms Schaffe in mir Gott

Dvorák Mass in D

2001/2002 - Concert series at St. John’s, Smith Square

Wednesday 31 October 2001, 7.30 pm

Finzi God is gone up
Britten Hymn to St Cecilia
Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs
Finzi Lo, the full final sacrifice
Finzi Magnificat
Tippett Five Spirituals (A Child of our Time)
Britten Prelude and Fugue on a theme of Vittoria
Britten Rejoice in the Lamb

Monday 10 December 2001, 7.30 pm

A Christmas Celebration

Charpentier Messe de Minuit pour Noël
Buxtehude In dulci jubilo
Schütz Hodie Christus natus est
Praetorius Magnificat quinti toni
(interpolated with Christmas carols)

Sponsored by The Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust

Friday 22 March 2002, 7.30 pm

with Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra

Poulenc Litanies à la Vierge Noire de Rocamadour
F. Martin Mass for Double Choir
Fauré Requiem


Friday 27 October 2000

Bach Der Geist hilft
Victoria Lauda Sion
Ecce Dominus Veniet
Bach Bach Prelude & Fugue in A minor, BWV
Palestrina Tu es Petrus
Dum Complerentur
Bach Lobet den Herrn
Durufle Requiem

Sunday 17 December 2000

Tallis Missa 'Puer natus est in Bethlehem'
Britten A Ceremony of Carols
Howells Three Carol Anthems
Poulenc Four Christmas Motets

Monday 19 March 2001

Allegri Miserere
Scarlatti Stabat Mater
Poulenc Four Penitential Motets
Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor

Presented by Intermusica Artists' Management Ltd

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