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27 April 2019
St Cuthbert's Church
50 Philbeach Gardens, Earl's Court

Victor Gomez
Web site
+44 (0)20 7101 4479

WKMT Concerto - Baroque

Avelino Vazquez, harpsichord
Beatus Ille Ensemble, violin and cello
Rachel M, soprano

Corelli, Handel and Purcell: Suites, Arias and Sonatas

Corelli, Handel and Purcell: Suites, Arias and Sonatas
St James's, Piccadilly

John Biggins
Web site
+44 (0)7976 629435

£18, 16
Bach: B minor Mass

Augusta Hebbert, soprano
Philippa Hyde, soprano
Ben Williamson, alto
Nathan Vale, tenor
Richard Latham, bass
Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir
Greg Morris, conductor

Bach: B minor Mass

A cornerstone of the choral repertoire, Bach’s magnificent Mass in B minor was one of the composer’s last works, completed in 1749. The Mass gave new life to vocal music that Bach had composed throughout his career.

Despite its sheer scale and grandeur, Bach didn’t even name the work, and it existed only as a collection of loosely related manuscripts for many years, until it was performed in a single sitting for the first time in 1859, more than a century after the composer’s death. The Mass is now considered by many to be the true culmination of his life’s work.

St James’s, Piccadilly, provides an elegant backdrop to Collegium Musicum of London’s springtime concert. The choir is joined by a host of exceptional soloists and Baroque instrumentalists for this performance of what is perhaps Bach’s most profound and heartfelt work.
25 April 2019 until 28 April 2019
Leeds College of Music
3 Quarry Hill, Leeds
West Yorkshire

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Leeds Lieder Festival

Leeds Lieder was founded in 2004 by Jane Anthony in partnership with a group of individuals and Leeds College of Music, to promote the enjoyment, understanding, appreciation, composition and performance
of art-song.

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