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Mozart's Requiem, with works by Byrd, Tallis and Roderick Williams | Voxcetera

Tuesday April 17, 2018 at 19:30
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
£22, £18, £14 (concessions available)
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  1. Ave verum corpus - William Byrd
  2. Ave verum corpus re-imagined - Roderick Williams
  3. O nata lux de lumine - Thomas Tallis
  4. O nata lux de lumine - Carl Rütti
  5. Mass for 5 voices - William Byrd
    • Sanctus
    • Benedictus
  6. Sanctus - Ola Gjeilo
  7. Te lucis ante terminum I (festal tone) - Thomas Tallis
  8. Evening Hymn - Henry Balfour Gardiner
  9. Heyr, himna smiður - Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson
  10. Requiem Mass in D minor K 626 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  11. Ave verum corpus in D K 618 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Following several popular collaborations, Voxcetera chamber choir and the Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra will return to the stunning St Martin-in-the-Fields to present Mozart's final masterpiece. The concert will also feature short a capella works for choir which contrast ancient and modern settings of sacred texts.

Founded in 2009 and based in North London, Voxcetera is a chamber choir celebrating music both sacred and secular from medieval times to the present day. Under the direction of conductor Jane Hopkins, the choir performs in the capital and further afield. Recent activity has included the Voxcetera's third tour to Germany, several concerts at St Martin-in-the-fields and recording work for Unicef's Generations campaign.

The Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Adam Johnson, was founded in 2007 and presents concerts at the highest level, showcasing young professional musicians who have trained in the world's leading conservatoires. Its concerts have spanned the repertoire from Sibelius and Greig to Mozart, Part and Glass.

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
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