Rameau Tristes apprêts (from Castor et Pollux)
Monteverdi Chiome d’oro
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Mozart Exultate, jubilate
Trad. arr. Sherlock Greensleeves
Purcell Dido’s Lament (from Dido and Aeneas)
Monteverdi Pur ti miro (from L’incoronazione di Poppea)
English Chamber Orchestra
Stephanie Gonley violin
Harry Winstanley flute
John Roberts oboe
Neil Brough trumpet
Lauren Lodge-Campbell soprano
Bethany Horak-Hallett mezzo soprano
James Sherlock director
Introduced by Dame Janet Baker
On its return to Cadogan Hall in its 60th anniversary season, the English Chamber Orchestra is delighted to present this special concert as a tribute to Raymond Leppard who was so closely associated with the orchestra. Directed by James Sherlock the performance features, as soloists, several members of the ECO as well as Lauren Lodge-Campbell and Bethany Horak-Hallett.
The programme will be introduced by a great friend of both Ray and the orchestra, Dame Janet Baker.
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Duration: approx. 70 mins (no interval)
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