J.S. Bach Komm, Jesu, komm
Pedersøn Vi tro allesammen på én Gud*
Pedersøn Victimae paschali laudes
Nielsen Tre Motetter
J.S. Bach Der Geist hilft
Bent Sørensen Benedictus
Bo Holten Herren er min hyrde
A selection of traditional ‘Dansk Sange’
J.S. Bach Jesu, meine Freude
(*please note change to previously advertised work)
Danish National Vocal Ensemble
Marcus Creed director
It is with great regret we write to inform you that this performance has been cancelled.
Sadly, this cancellation is due to region specific containment measures announced by the Prime Minister of Denmark placing significant travel restrictions on all public and government bodies in Denmark.
Due to such restrictions the Danish National Vocal Ensemble is unable to travel to the UK and must therefore regretfully withdraw from its London concert engagement.
We will be processing full refunds for all customers over the coming days.
The Danish National Vocal Ensemble, highly acclaimed for its pure, transparent Nordic sound, presents a broad cross-section of Danish music in this concert. They explore the nation’s great choral tradition from the time of Christian IV’s rule in the 16th century, via Carl Nielsen, the father-figure of modern Danish music, to music of the present day.
Framing the programme are choral masterworks by J.S. Bach: three glorious motets serving as a reminder that one of the most influential composers on Bach was another Dane, the great 17th-century organist Dietrich Buxtehude.
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