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|Nonsuch Singers, described by The Times as "one of London's best chamber choirs", has a reputation for innovative programmes, high-quality singing and communicative performances. The choir's considerable repertoire encompasses a cappella and accompanied works from the Renaissance to the present day, and the choir performs regularly with many of the UK's leading period instrumental ensembles and finest young vocal soloists. |
Newbury Weekly News,March 2012, "Conductor Graham Caldbeck gave superb leadership and the choir responded with a performance that was flawless, well-balanced, and exciting." Read the full review here...
Daily Telegraph, December 2007, "Mostsatisfying of all were the three beautifully shaped little anthems by Gabriel Jackson. The choir has a real affinity for his music."
The Times, October 2005, "...the Nonsuch Singers had an excellent night. Royer takes his chorus parts into the stratosphere, but this choir never faltered in intonation or tone." Read the full review here...
Early Music Review, November 2005, "The choir produced a splendid sound, clear, crisp and coordinated.....An enterprising performance by one of London's best chamber choirs."
Friday 28th June 2013, 7.30pm
St Martin in the Fields, London
Music for Royal Occasions
Tom Bullard, conductor
Richard Pearce, organ
|I Was Glad|
|Harris||Let My Prayer Come Up|
|Vaughan Williams ||Credo (from Mass in G Minor), O Taste and See |
|Handel||Zadok the Priest|
|Gibbons||O Clap Your Hands |
|Stanford ||Gloria In Excelsis |
|Walton ||Coronation Te Deum, Set Me as a Seal Upon Your Heart |
|Britten ||Choral Dances (from Gloriana) |
|Elgar ||The Spirit of the Lord (from The Apostles) |
|McKie ||We Wait for Thy Loving-Kindness |
|Duruflé||Ubi Caritas |
|Rutter||This is the Day|
|Mathias||Let the People Praise Thee |
Tickets: £25, £22, £18, £12, £8.
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