Mozart Great Mass in C minor
Miriam Allan soprano
Sinéad O’Kelly mezzo-soprano
Joseph Zubier countertenor*
Ruairi Bowen tenor
James Geidt bass
Ealing Choral Society
Thomas Blunt conductor*
(*please note change of artist from previously advertised)
Ealing Choral Society regrets to inform you that this performance has been cancelled due to measures to limit the spread of coronavirus. We believe that this is the most responsible course of action during these uncertain times and wish to thank our members, audience and the Cadogan Hall for their understanding and support. Cadogan Hall will be processing full refunds for all ticket holders over the coming days.
Ticket holders are fully covered for the full value of their tickets. Refunds will be processed automatically within 7 to 14 days and we thank you in advance for your patience whilst we work through this process. Thank you for continued support and we look forward to welcoming you on future occasions.
An evening of glittering choral gems: Vivaldi’s joyful, effervescent Gloria and Mozart’s dazzling Great Mass in C minor.
The Baroque exuberance of Vivaldi’s ever-popular Gloria perfectly complements Mozart’s intricate and spiritually inspiring Great Mass which explodes with both dramatic and jubilant emotion within its liturgical context. Both works feature virtuosic solo movements, providing multiple opportunities for vocal fireworks from the soloists.
Ealing Choral Society is delighted to once again partner with Sinfonia Britannica for this stunning spring concert, under the direction of conductor Jonathan Williams.
Duration: approx. 2 hours (incl. interval)