Events Diary: Past Events

A review of the past year’s performances of Berkeley works

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2017: January  February  March  April  

April 2017

SATURDAY 1

APRIL

5.00pm: Evensong

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (op. 99)

St. Paul's Cathedral, London

SUNDAY 2

APRIL

10.00am: Cathedral Eucharist

Missa Brevis (op. 57)

Bristol Cathedral, Bristol

THURSDAY 6

APRIL

7.30pm: Ave Maria

Three Latin Motets (op. 83 part 1)

Performed by the Marian Consort

Dynamic young vocal ensemble The Marian Consort presents 'Ave Maria', a programme of music from two fertile periods in British musical history. Settings in honour of the Virgin Mary by composers from the era of Henry VIII are juxtaposed with complementary modern treatments of these Marian texts by twentieth and twenty-first century British composers. Many of these contemporary pieces have been written for the singers of The Marian Consort. Includes 'Regina coeli' (No. 3 of Three Latin Motets op 83/1).

St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9AL

FRIDAY 7

APRIL

Oboe Quartet (op. 70)

Performed by the Britten Oboe Quartet & Nicholas Daniel (oboe)

Also works by Moeran, Schubert, Richard Rodney Bennett and Françaix.

Artrix, Slideslow Drive, Bromsgrove, B60 1PQ

7.00pm

Antiphon (op. 85)

Performed by the Dogma Chamber Orchestra

Also works by Michael Nyman, Gavin Bryers and Britten.

FFF2 Culture Forum, Kaiserwerther Str., 450/40474, Dusseldorf

SUNDAY 9

APRIL

11.00am: Sung Eucharist

Missa Brevis (op. 57)

Chichester Cathedral, Chichester

THURSDAY 13

APRIL

7.45pm: Eucharist with washing of feet and Passion watch

Missa Brevis (op. 57)

Chelmsford Cathedral, Chelmsford

WEDNESDAY 26

APRIL

5.30pm: Evensong

The Lord is My Shepherd (op. 91 part 1)

Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester

THURSDAY 27

APRIL

7.45pm

Three Latin Motets (op. 83 part 1)

Performed by the Marian Consort

This programme features settings by English Renaissance composers Robert Fayrfax, Walter Lambe and John Taverner juxtaposed with contemporary Marian works by Cecilia McDowall, Bedford-based Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Judith Weir, Roxanna Panufnik, Matthew Martin and Hilary Campbell. Includes Lennox Berkeley's Regina caeli laetare (No. 3 of Three Latin Motets op 83/1).

Bunyan Meeting Church, Mill Street, Bedford, MK40 3EU