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A series of eight concerts at London's Cadogan Hall presenting some of the best names in choral singing today.

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    EIGHT CONCERT SERIES19 OCTOBER 2011 16 MAY 2012

    EIGHT CONCERT SERIES19 OCTOBER 2011 16 MAY 2012

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  • Contents4 TheTallisScholars

    Magnificat

    6 TheWellensianConsortBlessedCecilia

    8 TheArmonicoConsortAGermanChristmasStory

    10 TheChoirofStJohnsCollege,CambridgeWhatSweeterMusic?

    12 TheEricWhitacreSingersInspirations

    14 NewYorkPolyphonyTudorCity

    16 ExCathedraBach:ABeautifulMind

    18 TheTallisScholarsFieldoftheClothofGold

    ChoralatCadoganisdelightedonceagainto

    presentsomeofthebestnamesinchoralsingingtoday.Highlights

    willincludeExCathedrapresentingacompleteprogrammeofBach,

    includingarareopportunitytohearsomeofhismotetssungoneortwotoapart.In-the-newscomposerEric

    Whitacreisrepresentedbothinaneveningconductinghismusic,sungbyhisowngrouptheEricWhitacreSingers,andintheprogrammegivenbytheWellensianConsort,winnersofChoiroftheYear2010.UpcomingconsortNewYorkPolyphonywillgiveanexcitinglybalancedsequenceofmasterpiecesnextMarch,whilethechoirofStJohnsCollegeCambridge,celebratingtheColleges500thanniversary,capturethespiritoftheChristmasseason.AndagainTheTallisScholarswillopenandclosetheseasonwithsomespeciallyselectedrenaissancegems,familiarandunfamiliar.IlookforwardtoseeingyouattheHallduringourseason!

    Peter Phillips,ArtisticDirector

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    Magnificat

    6 TheWellensianConsortBlessedCecilia

    8 TheArmonicoConsortAGermanChristmasStory

    10 TheChoirofStJohnsCollege,CambridgeWhatSweeterMusic?

    12 TheEricWhitacreSingersInspirations

    14 NewYorkPolyphonyTudorCity

    16 ExCathedraBach:ABeautifulMind

    18 TheTallisScholarsFieldoftheClothofGold

    ChoralatCadoganisdelightedonceagainto

    presentsomeofthebestnamesinchoralsingingtoday.Highlights

    willincludeExCathedrapresentingacompleteprogrammeofBach,

    includingarareopportunitytohearsomeofhismotetssungoneortwotoapart.In-the-newscomposerEric

    Whitacreisrepresentedbothinaneveningconductinghismusic,sungbyhisowngrouptheEricWhitacreSingers,andintheprogrammegivenbytheWellensianConsort,winnersofChoiroftheYear2010.UpcomingconsortNewYorkPolyphonywillgiveanexcitinglybalancedsequenceofmasterpiecesnextMarch,whilethechoirofStJohnsCollegeCambridge,celebratingtheColleges500thanniversary,capturethespiritoftheChristmasseason.AndagainTheTallisScholarswillopenandclosetheseasonwithsomespeciallyselectedrenaissancegems,familiarandunfamiliar.IlookforwardtoseeingyouattheHallduringourseason!

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  • 54 The Tall is ScholarsMagnif icatWednesday19October2011,7.30pm

    Palestrina: Magnificat For Double Choir Prt: Sieben Magnificat-Antiphonen Tall is: Miserere Nostri Allegri : Miserere Praetorius: Magnificat II Byrd: Miserere Mei Byrd: Miserere Mihi, Domine Prt: Magnificat Prt: Nunc Dimittis Palestrina: Nunc Dimittis for double choir

    Director Peter Phil l ips

    The Magnificat, Marys song of exaltation following the annunciation, sits together with the Nunc Dimittis at the core of the Christian liturgy, whether in the Anglican rite of Evensong or the Catholic Offices of Evening Prayer and Compline. Together they frame the scope of the Christian experience from the joyous anticipation of Christs birth to the calm acceptance of death and resurrection. Their certainty, however, leaves little room for the human errors and doubts that also shape the Christian journey, errors for which Ash Wednesdays Psalm 51 the Miserere is perhaps the most impassioned plea for forgiveness.

    Taking these three texts as touchstones, this programme explores the musical responses of composers divided by age and nationality, but united by a common spiritual inspiration.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    You could not have hoped for a more finely blended or carefully shaped and entirely affecting performance.The New York Times

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  • 54 The Tall is ScholarsMagnif icatWednesday19October2011,7.30pm

    Palestrina: Magnificat For Double Choir Prt: Sieben Magnificat-Antiphonen Tall is: Miserere Nostri Allegri : Miserere Praetorius: Magnificat II Byrd: Miserere Mei Byrd: Miserere Mihi, Domine Prt: Magnificat Prt: Nunc Dimittis Palestrina: Nunc Dimittis for double choir

    Director Peter Phil l ips

    The Magnificat, Marys song of exaltation following the annunciation, sits together with the Nunc Dimittis at the core of the Christian liturgy, whether in the Anglican rite of Evensong or the Catholic Offices of Evening Prayer and Compline. Together they frame the scope of the Christian experience from the joyous anticipation of Christs birth to the calm acceptance of death and resurrection. Their certainty, however, leaves little room for the human errors and doubts that also shape the Christian journey, errors for which Ash Wednesdays Psalm 51 the Miserere is perhaps the most impassioned plea for forgiveness.

    Taking these three texts as touchstones, this programme explores the musical responses of composers divided by age and nationality, but united by a common spiritual inspiration.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    You could not have hoped for a more finely blended or carefully shaped and entirely affecting performance.The New York Times

    ImAge BY erIc rIchmond

  • 76 The Wellensian ConsortBlessed Ceci l iaThursday24November2011,7.30pmChoir of the Year 2010

    Programme to include: Britten: Hymn to St. Cecilia Kodly: The Music Makers, an ode chilcott: Everyone sang elgar: There is sweet music harris: Faire is the Heaven rutter: What sweeter music Whitacre: Her sacred spirit soars Vaughan Wil l iams: Silence and music

    Conductor christopher Finch

    Winners of Choir of the Year in 2010, The Wellensian Consort pay

    homage to the patron saint of music in a glorious celebration of

    the gift of music. The centrepiece of this programme is Benjamin

    Brittens acclaimed choral masterpiece A Hymn to St Cecilia; a

    deeply engaging work, rich in sonority and characterisation. This

    is complemented by a marvellously evocative setting of The Music

    Makers by the esteemed Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodly.

    This joyous celebration will be further enriched by works from

    some of the 20th and 21st centuries greatest exponents of choral

    music, including Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Rutter and Whitacre.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    This is a hugely accomplished choir, demonstrating technical mastery, smooth musicianship and wonderful phrasing.BBC Music Magazine

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  • 76 The Wellensian ConsortBlessed Ceci l iaThursday24November2011,7.30pmChoir of the Year 2010

    Programme to include: Britten: Hymn to St. Cecilia Kodly: The Music Makers, an ode chilcott: Everyone sang elgar: There is sweet music harris: Faire is the Heaven rutter: What sweeter music Whitacre: Her sacred spirit soars Vaughan Wil l iams: Silence and music

    Conductor christopher Finch

    Winners of Choir of the Year in 2010, The Wellensian Consort pay

    homage to the patron saint of music in a glorious celebration of

    the gift of music. The centrepiece of this programme is Benjamin

    Brittens acclaimed choral masterpiece A Hymn to St Cecilia; a

    deeply engaging work, rich in sonority and characterisation. This

    is complemented by a marvellously evocative setting of The Music

    Makers by the esteemed Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodly.

    This joyous celebration will be further enriched by works from

    some of the 20th and 21st centuries greatest exponents of choral

    music, including Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Rutter and Whitacre.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    This is a hugely accomplished choir, demonstrating technical mastery, smooth musicianship and wonderful phrasing.BBC Music Magazine

    ImAge BY olIVer deAn

  • 98 The Armonico Consort & Baroque PlayersA German Christmas StoryWednesday7December2011,7.30pm

    Programme to include: Schtz The Christmas Oratorio Praetorius Lutheran Mass for Christmas

    Director: christopher monks The english cornett and Sackbutt ensemble

    Heirich Schtz is widely regarded as being the most important

    German composer prior to JS Bach, and is also thought to have

    studied with Monteverdi in Venice. The influence of Venetian

    music on these composers is undoubtedly strong, and the

    combination of the brilliance in the perfection of German

    compositions of the time with the vibrant excitement of the

    Venetian School, created works of incredible colour, drama

    and melody.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY greAT BrITAIn onlIne

    A beautiful soundBBc radio 3

  • 98 The Armonico Consort & Baroque PlayersA German Christmas StoryWednesday7December2011,7.30pm

    Programme to include: Schtz The Christmas Oratorio Praetorius Lutheran Mass for Christmas

    Director: christopher monks The english cornett and Sackbutt ensemble

    Heirich Schtz is widely regarded as being the most important

    German composer prior to JS Bach, and is also thought to have

    studied with Monteverdi in Venice. The influence of Venetian

    music on these composers is undoubtedly strong, and the

    combination of the brilliance in the perfection of German

    compositions of the time with the vibrant excitement of the

    Venetian School, created works of incredible colour, drama

    and melody.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY greAT BrITAIn onlIne

    A beautiful soundBBc radio 3

  • 1110 The Choir of St Johns College, CambridgeWhat sweeter music? Friday9December2011,7.30pm

    Purcell : O sing unto the Lord Purcell : Remember not, Lord, our offences Purcell : Behold now praise the Lord Purcell : O praise God in his holiness Purcell : Hear my prayer, O Lord Purcell : My beloved spake rutter: What sweeter music? Whitehead: The seven joys of Mary cashmore: Es ist ein Ros entsprungen arr. ledger: Silent night arr. ledger: On Christmas night rutti : I wonder as I wander darke: In the bleak midwinter Bullard: Glory to the Christ Child arr. Wil lcocks: Away in a manger arr. Wilberg: Ding dong, merrily on high

    Director Andrew nethsingha Piano: John challenger and Freddie James The St Johns Sinfonia

    Andrew Nethsingha writes; Today we explore the rich, plangent

    soundworld of Henry Purcell. At the interval we change the mood

    to present a Christmas selection popular favourites as well as

    new works. Boys voices have a special emotional resonance when

    evoking the fragility and innocence of Christs nativity.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    some of the most exquisite choral singing I have ever heardInternational Record Review

    ImAge BY Ben eAloVegA

  • 1110 The Choir of St Johns College, CambridgeWhat sweeter music? Friday9December2011,7.30pm

    Purcell : O sing unto the Lord Purcell : Remember not, Lord, our offences Purcell : Behold now praise the Lord Purcell : O praise God in his holiness Purcell : Hear my prayer, O Lord Purcell : My beloved spake rutter: What sweeter music? Whitehead: The seven joys of Mary cashmore: Es ist ein Ros entsprungen arr. ledger: Silent night arr. ledger: On Christmas night rutti : I wonder as I wander darke: In the bleak midwinter Bullard: Glory to the Christ Child arr. Wil lcocks: Away in a manger arr. Wilberg: Ding dong, merrily on high

    Director Andrew nethsingha Piano: John challenger and Freddie James The St Johns Sinfonia

    Andrew Nethsingha writes; Today we explore the rich, plangent

    soundworld of Henry Purcell. At the interval we change the mood

    to present a Christmas selection popular favourites as well as

    new works. Boys voices have a special emotional resonance when

    evoking the fragility and innocence of Christs nativity.

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    some of the most exquisite choral singing I have ever heardInternational Record Review

    ImAge BY Ben eAloVegA

  • 1312 The Eric Whitacre SingersInspirat ionsWednesday1February2012,7.30pm

    Programme to include: Whitacre: Sleep Whitacre: Lux Aurumque Whitacre: A Boy and a Girl

    Conductor: eric Whitacre

    A programme to include some of Whitacres most famous

    works including Sleep, Lux Aurumque and A Boy and a

    Girl conducted by the composer himself, performed by his

    professional choir, the Eric Whitacre Singers. Alongside his own

    works, Eric will conduct pieces by other composers who have

    inspired him in his work.

    Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular and performed

    composers of our generation; many of his works have entered

    the standard choral and symphonic repertories and have

    become the subject of several scholarly works and doctoral

    dissertations. His works Sleep, Lux Aurumque, and A Boy and a Girl are among the most popularly performed contemporary

    choral works and tonight offers a rare chance to hear the

    composers own interpretation of each.-

    Whitacre is that rare thing, a modern composer who is both popular and originalThe daily Telegraph, london

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY mArc roYce

  • 1312 The Eric Whitacre SingersInspirat ionsWednesday1February2012,7.30pm

    Programme to include: Whitacre: Sleep Whitacre: Lux Aurumque Whitacre: A Boy and a Girl

    Conductor: eric Whitacre

    A programme to include some of Whitacres most famous

    works including Sleep, Lux Aurumque and A Boy and a

    Girl conducted by the composer himself, performed by his

    professional choir, the Eric Whitacre Singers. Alongside his own

    works, Eric will conduct pieces by other composers who have

    inspired him in his work.

    Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular and performed

    composers of our generation; many of his works have entered

    the standard choral and symphonic repertories and have

    become the subject of several scholarly works and doctoral

    dissertations. His works Sleep, Lux Aurumque, and A Boy and a Girl are among the most popularly performed contemporary

    choral works and tonight offers a rare chance to hear the

    composers own interpretation of each.-

    Whitacre is that rare thing, a modern composer who is both popular and originalThe daily Telegraph, london

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY mArc roYce

  • 1514 New York PolyphonyTudor CityWednesday21March2012,7.30pm

    Andrew Smith: Surrexit Christus lionel Power: Beata progenies John dunstable: Speciosa facta es Andrew Smith/Worcester fragments (1300): Flos regalis Will iam cornysh: Ave Maria Mater Dei Andrew Smith: Ave Maris Stella Walter lambe: Stella caeli Schubert: Vier gesange fr Mnnerstimme, Opus 17 gregory Brown: Abschied vom Leser (New York Polyphony commission) gregory Brown: The Dying Californian gerald Finzi: Thou didst delight mine eyes Opus 32 clement Janequin: La guerre (La bataille de Marignan)

    Based on New York Polyphonys acclaimed 2010 Avie Records

    release, Tudor City is a stunning tour through chant, polyphony,

    and renaissance harmonies (American Public Media). An allusion

    to the historic New York neighbourhood, Tudor City highlights the

    works of English composers active during the reign of the Tudor

    dynasty (1485-1603), effortlessly interspersed new works written

    for the quartet by Andrew Smith.

    The second half of the programme explores works for male voices

    by Schubert and Finzi, as well as two commissioned works by

    American composer, Gregory Brown and ending with Clement

    Janequins lively depiction of the Battle of Marignan in La Guerre.

    the perfect blend of sixteenth-century England and twenty-first century New York.choral Fixation

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY JoAnne BouKnIghT

  • 1514 New York PolyphonyTudor CityWednesday21March2012,7.30pm

    Andrew Smith: Surrexit Christus lionel Power: Beata progenies John dunstable: Speciosa facta es Andrew Smith/Worcester fragments (1300): Flos regalis Will iam cornysh: Ave Maria Mater Dei Andrew Smith: Ave Maris Stella Walter lambe: Stella caeli Schubert: Vier gesange fr Mnnerstimme, Opus 17 gregory Brown: Abschied vom Leser (New York Polyphony commission) gregory Brown: The Dying Californian gerald Finzi: Thou didst delight mine eyes Opus 32 clement Janequin: La guerre (La bataille de Marignan)

    Based on New York Polyphonys acclaimed 2010 Avie Records

    release, Tudor City is a stunning tour through chant, polyphony,

    and renaissance harmonies (American Public Media). An allusion

    to the historic New York neighbourhood, Tudor City highlights the

    works of English composers active during the reign of the Tudor

    dynasty (1485-1603), effortlessly interspersed new works written

    for the quartet by Andrew Smith.

    The second half of the programme explores works for male voices

    by Schubert and Finzi, as well as two commissioned works by

    American composer, Gregory Brown and ending with Clement

    Janequins lively depiction of the Battle of Marignan in La Guerre.

    the perfect blend of sixteenth-century England and twenty-first century New York.choral Fixation

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY JoAnne BouKnIghT

  • 1716 Ex CathedraBach: A Beautiful Mind

    Thursday19April2012,7.30pm

    Bach: Lobet den Herrn alle Heiden (BWV 230) Bach: Cello suite No 1 in G major (BWV 1007) Bach: Jesu, meine Freude (BWV 227) Bach: Komm, Jesu, Komm (BWV 229) Bach: Cello suite No 4 in Eb major (BWV 1010) Bach: Singet dem Herrn (BMW 225)

    Conductor Jeffrey Skidmore Cello: Andrew Skidmore ex cathedra consort and continuo

    A rare opportunity to hear four of JS Bachs motets for single

    and double choir performed by one or two singers per part.

    Bachs genius has moved and inspired music-lovers and

    musicians for centuries: legendary cellist Pablo Casals

    described Bach as the essence of music and the cello suites as

    the essence of Bach.

    This is no ordinary group of singersBIrmInghAm PoST

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY PAul ArThur

  • 1716 Ex CathedraBach: A Beautiful Mind

    Thursday19April2012,7.30pm

    Bach: Lobet den Herrn alle Heiden (BWV 230) Bach: Cello suite No 1 in G major (BWV 1007) Bach: Jesu, meine Freude (BWV 227) Bach: Komm, Jesu, Komm (BWV 229) Bach: Cello suite No 4 in Eb major (BWV 1010) Bach: Singet dem Herrn (BMW 225)

    Conductor Jeffrey Skidmore Cello: Andrew Skidmore ex cathedra consort and continuo

    A rare opportunity to hear four of JS Bachs motets for single

    and double choir performed by one or two singers per part.

    Bachs genius has moved and inspired music-lovers and

    musicians for centuries: legendary cellist Pablo Casals

    described Bach as the essence of music and the cello suites as

    the essence of Bach.

    This is no ordinary group of singersBIrmInghAm PoST

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY PAul ArThur

  • 1918 The Tall is ScholarsField of the Cloth of Gold

    Wednesday16May2012,7.30pm

    mouton: Nesciens mater cornysh: Ave Maria mouton: Ave Maria...serena mouton: Quaeramus cum pastoribus Browne: Salve regina mouton: Kyrie and Agnus dei from the Missa Dictes moy toutes vos penses Fayrfax: Agnus dei from the Missa Tecum principium mouton: Salva nos cornysh: Ah Robin cornysh: Magnificat

    Director Peter Phillips

    Between the 7th and 24th June 1520, in fields near Calais, there took place one of the most spectacular political summit meetings of all time. Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France met to seal a treaty of friendship between their two warring countries, with no expense spared.

    The two Chapels Royal were of course in attendance, and of course they tried to out-sing each other. As luck would have it the two choirs were led by two exceptional composers of the period, composers to whom the Tallis Scholars have devoted individual recordings: Jean Mouton on the French side, and William Cornysh on the English.

    The Tallis Scholars cannot by themselves, recreate the seething atmosphere of the original meeting but we can give an idea of the splendour of the occasion.

    The Tallis Scholars sang these slow-moving, luminous masses with impeccable blend and balanceThis is music where time stands still.Financial Times

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY AlBerT rooSenBurg

  • 1918 The Tall is ScholarsField of the Cloth of Gold

    Wednesday16May2012,7.30pm

    mouton: Nesciens mater cornysh: Ave Maria mouton: Ave Maria...serena mouton: Quaeramus cum pastoribus Browne: Salve regina mouton: Kyrie and Agnus dei from the Missa Dictes moy toutes vos penses Fayrfax: Agnus dei from the Missa Tecum principium mouton: Salva nos cornysh: Ah Robin cornysh: Magnificat

    Director Peter Phillips

    Between the 7th and 24th June 1520, in fields near Calais, there took place one of the most spectacular political summit meetings of all time. Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France met to seal a treaty of friendship between their two warring countries, with no expense spared.

    The two Chapels Royal were of course in attendance, and of course they tried to out-sing each other. As luck would have it the two choirs were led by two exceptional composers of the period, composers to whom the Tallis Scholars have devoted individual recordings: Jean Mouton on the French side, and William Cornysh on the English.

    The Tallis Scholars cannot by themselves, recreate the seething atmosphere of the original meeting but we can give an idea of the splendour of the occasion.

    The Tallis Scholars sang these slow-moving, luminous masses with impeccable blend and balanceThis is music where time stands still.Financial Times

    Tickets 30, 26, 22, 18

    Encorememberspay26fortoppriceSee booking information on back cover

    ImAge BY AlBerT rooSenBurg

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