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Music from Heaven! Deborah Miles-Johnson, Imperial Male Voice Choir and Gloriana

Saturday April 21, 2018 at 19:00
Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square, London
£15 in advance, £18 on the door
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  1. Omnes gentes plaudite manibus, from Sacrae symphoniae - Giovanni Gabrieli
  2. Ave verum corpus, motet for 3 female voices - Francis Poulenc
  3. Regina coeli laetare, from 3 Sacred Choruses Op 37 - Johannes Brahms
  4. Gloria - Ola Gjeilo
  5. Miserere Mei - Antonio Lotti
  6. Ubi Caritas - Ola Gjello
  7. Dir, Seele das Welthalls K 429 (K468a) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  8. Starsong - Christopher Cook
  9. Die Nacht, from 4 Gesänge für vier Männerstimmen D 983 - Franz Schubert
  10. Ave Maria - Anton Bruckner
  11. Ave Maria (Angelus Domini) - Franz Xaver Biebl
  12. Down among the dead battalion - Traditional Russian
  13. Kanonen song, from The Threepenny Opera - Kurt Weill
  14. La maja y el ruiseñor, from Goyescas ‘Los majos enamorados’ - Enrique Granados
  15. La carita - Gioachino Rossini
  16. The way you look tonight - Jerome Kern
  17. Embraceable you - George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  18. Softly as I leave you - Harold Shaper
  19. Is you or is you ain't my baby? - Louis Jordan and Billy Austin
  20. And this is my Beloved from 'Kismet' - George Forrest
  21. Pilgrims' Chorus, from Tannhäuser - Richard Wagner
  22. Londonderry Air - Bob Chilcott

Conductor and singer Deborah Miles-Johnson has long directed the award-winning and much-travelled Imperial Male Voice Choir. In 2016 she formed Gloriana, a talented women's voices ensemble, and now for the first time she combines the two groups to sing Music From Heaven!

The concert opens with a glorious 16 part Gabrieli motet followed by all sorts of treats, including music by Poulenc, Mozart, Biebl, Bruckner, Kurt Weill and many others, plus a new commission composed specially for Gloriana by Chris Cook.

Later in the programme Mars, with martial music, drinking songs and swinging numbers from the shows, is in conjunction with Venus, with songs of love and the gentle arts. The concert ends with a thrilling and tumultuous finale, combining both choirs with the mighty organ.

Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square
146 Sloane Street
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