12

Oct

Wednesday

7:30pm

VOCES8 Scholars in Concert

VOCES8 Scholars in Concert

12 October · Wednesday · 7:30pm

JAM’s Masterclass Series with VOCES8 has produced 6 exciting, new works, receiving their first performances. One composer will be awarded JAM’s President’s Commission during the concert. Since 2000, JAM has nurtured composition in the UK. JAM’s Masterclass Series helps composers develop their skills and enables public performances of new music.

PROGRAMME

Thomas Tallis
O Nata Lux
Orlando Gibbons
Drop, Drop Slow Tears
Chris Williams
Ave Regina caelorum
Jack Ledger-Dowse
Ave Maria
William Byrd
O Lord, Make Thy Servant Elizabeth
Christopher Churcher
Echo
Henrik Dahlgren
...There Is Also Loneliness
Thomas Tallis
If Ye Love Me
William Byrd
Sing Joyfully
Tara Creme
Gold from the Stone
George Parris
To the Moon
Giovanni Croce
Buccinate in neomenia

ARTISTS

Ailsa Campbell, soprano
Hannah Littleton, soprano
Maria Ravinna, alto
Martha McLorinan, alto and project leader
David Walsh, tenor
Owen Elsley, tenor
Daniel Gilchrist, bass
Peter Norris, bass

MASTERCLASS SERIES COMPOSERS

TICKETS

£20 · centre aisle
£15 · side aisle
(restricted view)
under 18s free
(please book a free ticket)
Please note:
Paper tickets will not be distributed. Please bring either a printed copy or a mobile version of your confirmation email to the concert.
Concert duration: c.70'

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VENUE

St Bride's Church · Fleet Street, London

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St Bride's Church
Fleet Street
London
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History

St Bride's Church is a church in the City of London, England. The building's most recent incarnation was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672 in Fleet Street in the City of London, though Wren's original building was largely gutted by fire during the London Blitz in 1940. Due to its location in Fleet Street, it has a long association with journalists and newspapers. The church is a distinctive sight on London's skyline and is clearly visible from a number of locations. Standing 226 feet (69m) high, it is the second tallest of all Wren's churches, with only St Paul's itself having a higher pinnacle.