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Tercentenary Concert

 

Friday 2nd May, 7.30pm

St John’s Smith Square, London

PosterTickets available today from St John’s Smith Square Box Office

Nicholas Cleobury conducts great large-scale choral masterpieces by Handel and Haydn, with Nicholas Freestone conducting the current chapel choir in music by Saxton and the world premiere of a new commission for the choir by Worcester alumna Deborah Pritchard, one of the most exciting young composers in Britain today.

Worcester College Chapel Choir with Charivari Agréable
Period Instrument Orchestra

Nicholas Cleobury and Nicholas Freestone, conductors
Simon Desbruslais, trumpet
Robyn Allegra Parton, soprano
Anna Crookes, soprano
Gwendolen Martin, soprano
Anna Harvey, mezzo-soprano
Adam Smith, tenor
Robert Lomax, tenor
Matthew Cheung-Salisbury, bass
Jonathan Arnold, bass

Deborah Pritchard Benedicite (world premiere)
Handel Dixit Dominus
Robert Saxton At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners
Haydn Missa in Angustiis, ‘Nelson Mass’

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