Concerts at the Cathedral !
Sunday February 2 2020 at 12:30.
Annual Artists Mass.
Joseph Famerée s.c.j. will preside this celebration.
Mass for two choirs from Ralph Vaughan-Williams.
Musicians : Choirs Kaïros & Ishango conducted by Bruno Crabbé & Stefano Poletto
On Sunday 16 February at 16:00 hrs :
Concert by the Welsh Choir “Côr Ysgol y Strade Choir”.
Programme: Galw Enw’r Iesu (Calling on my Jesus) – Robert Dewell,Emyr Davies. Soloist: Phoebe Howard – Prydferth Waredwr (Beautiful Saviour) – Stuart Townend, Emlyn Dole. Arr.Christopher Davies – Morokeni (Greeting Song) – Traditional Kwangali (Namibia) & Sotho (South Africa) Arr. Bernard Krueger -Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (J.S.Bach) – O Dduw, rhanna’th fendithion (The Lord Bless you and keep you) (John Rutter) – Rho im yr hedd (Trad. Elfed Lewis) – Pie Jesu (Faure) (Requiem) – Heddwch ar ddaear lawr (Let there be peace on Earth) Sy Miller, Jillo Jackson, Harri Williams. Arr. Christopher Davies – Peace in the Valle (Thomas A. Dorsey. Arr. Christopher) Davies Soloist: Amelia Evans – Pie Jesu (John Rutter) Soloist: Lili Graydon – Toccata (Symphony No.5) (Widor).
On Friday 21 February at 16:00 hrs :
Concert with the English choir “St Luke’s Church Choir”.
Programme: Veni Sancte Spiritus Anon (13e siècle) – Kyrie (Cantus Missae en mi bémol), Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901) – Ego flos campi Clemens non Papa (1510-55) – Sing joyfully, William Byrd (c1540-1623) – Fantasie à 5, Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672) – Le club des flutes à bec de St Luke’s, Chelsea – Gloria ad modum tubae, Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474) – Three Motets op.38 Charles Stanford (1852-1924):
Justorum animae, Cœlos ascendit hodie, Beati quorum via – O ignis spiritus Paraclitus, Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) – Soprano: Julia Sinclair – Three popular Scottish songs arranged byJeremy Summerly: Annie Laurie, Lewis Bridal Song, Loch Lomond – O clap your hands, Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625).
Music director: Jeremy Summerly
The Choir of St Luke’s, Chelsea, one of the finest voluntary church choirs in London, presents a late Friday afternoon hour of a cappella choral music by British, Flemish and German composers, from the 11th century to the present day.
The young adult choir sings every Sunday for services at the striking neo-Gothic St Luke’s church in the heart of Chelsea, London, continuing a choral tradition of nearly 200 years. They will be performing an eclectic selection of their choral repertoire including Charles Stanford’s sumptuous “Three motets”, works by English and Flemish Renaissance composers William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, Clemens non Papa and Guillaume Dufay, and arrangements of Scottish folksongs.
The choir is directed by renowned broadcaster and conductor Jeremy Summerly, and in addition to their Sunday duties performs regularly in cathedrals across the UK and Europe, recently including Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, London, Chartres Cathedral and the Berliner Dom. In addition to this first tour of Belgium, they will be touring New York this summer and singing services at Canterbury Cathedral.