St Davids Cathedral Choir and British Sinfonietta
Show Time: 25/05/2020 7:00 pm
Tickets will be on sale from March 9th for Festival Supporters and on general sale from March 23rd
MONDAY 25 MAY / DYDD LLUN 25 MAI
7.00pm St Davids Cathedral Choir and British Sinfonietta ‘Great is the Lord’
Stephen Richardson Bass/Baritone Simon Pearce organ Oliver Waterer conductor
A rare opportunity to hear some of the greatest cathedral music settings accompanied by full orchestra, with guest soloist Stephen Richardson. Programme to include Elgar: Great is the Lord; Parry: There is an old belief; Stanford in A and G (Nunc Dimittis); Vaughan Williams Let all the world; Howells: Te Deum (Collegium Regale); Howells orch. Rutter: Magnificat (Collegium Regale)
The British Sinfonietta
The British Sinfonietta is one of the UK’s leading independent professional orchestras. Since forming in 2010 the orchestra has been involved in a variety of engagements, including classical concerts, choral concerts, televised events, studio recording sessions and film screenings.
In recent years the orchestra has performed extensively in England, Scotland and Wales as well as visiting Western Europe. Highlights include the televised world premiere of ‘Adiemus Colores’ by Sir Karl Jenkins at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, screenings of ‘Casablanca’ at the Royal Opera House in London, ‘Video Games Live’ in Glasgow, London and Manchester, a performance of Berlioz’ Requiem at Gloucester Cathedral (as part of Cheltenham Festival), and screenings of ‘Home Alone’, both in Denmark and at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Choral concerts represent a substantial number of the orchestra’s concerts, with ongoing relationships with choirs around the UK, including choirs in Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester, London, Pembrokeshire, Surrey, Swansea and Wiltshire. www.britishsinfonietta.com
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