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Stardust: Choral music celebrating regeneration

Wednesday 10 November 2021, 19:30

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VOCES8 Past Event


Byrd Laudibus in sanctis
Kevin Allen O sacrum convivium
Schütz Selig sind die Toten
Rheinberger Kyrie from Mass in E flat
Sibelius Be Still My Soul (Finlandia)
Jonathan Dove Vertue (Commission for VOCES8)
Christopher Tin Hope is the Thing with Feathers
Taylor Scott Davis Stardust (Commission for VOCES8)
Palestrina Magnificat primi toni
~ Interval ~
Britten The Evening Primrose
Hugo Alfvén Aftonen
Þorkell Sigurbjörnsson Heyr, hymn smi∂ur
Mumford & Sons (arr. Jim Clements) Timshel
Nat ‘King’ Cole (arr. Jim Clements) Straighten Up and Fly Right
Jerome Kern (arr. Jim Clements) I Won’t Dance
Al Jolson (arr. Jim Clements) Me and My Shadow



This wide-ranging recital connects natural and spiritual regeneration, recognising loss, beauty, love and joy.

Music from the Renaissance to the present day comes from England (Byrd, Britten and Dove), Germany (Schütz and Rheinberger), Scandinavia and Iceland (Alfvén and Sigurbjörnsson), as well as the USA (Christopher Tin and Kevin Allen) alongside jazz standard arrangements.

The concert takes its title from a new commission for the group by US composer Taylor Scott Davis.

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