The Cardinall's Musick: Performance Diary

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Concert: Howard Assembly Room, Leeds (Friday 15 February 2019, 7.15 pm)

In a programme titled War & Peace, guest conductor Patrick Craig conducts elements of Byrd’s four and five-voice masses, composed in times of huge religious and social division, with works by James Macmillan, Benjamin Britten’s pointed criticism on the rise of dictators in the 1930s and Arvo Pärt’s meditation following the Madrid bombings in 2004.

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Date: Friday 15 February 2019, 7.15 pm    Venue: Howard Assembly Room, Leeds »

Concert: Merton College, Oxford (Friday 12 April 2019, 8.00 pm)

This programme features some of the most famous and powerful music written for Holy Week including the iconic Miserere by Allegri with its legendary top Cs and Palestrina’s eight-part setting of the Stabat mater which so captivated Richard Wagner. Included also is a portion of Victoria’s Tenebrae Responsories designed for Good Friday and two rarely heard masterpieces – a 10-part setting of the Crucifixus by Antonio Lotti and an eight part meditation by Giovanni Croce. The first half culminates with Thomas Tallis’ penitential 40-part tour de force, Spem in alium with singers from Merton College choir, whilst the second half is given over to Domenico Scarlatti’s finest choral work – a setting of the quintessential Holy Week text, the Stabat mater, for ten voices.

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Date: Friday 12 April 2019, 8.00 pm    Venue: Merton College, Oxford »

Concert: Brighton College Autograph series (Wednesday 6 February 2019, 7.30 pm)

The Cardinall’s Musick, under guest conductor Patrick Craig, perform their War & Peace programme, featuring elements of Byrd’s four and five-voice masses, composed in times of huge religious and social division, alongside works by James Macmillan, Benjamin Britten and Arvo Pärt.

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Date: Wednesday 6 February 2019, 7.30 pm    Venue: Brighton College, East Sussex »