Concerts 2014-15

 John Gibbons conductor

Saturday 25 October 2014,  St Saviour’s Church  7.30pm

Mystical Experiences: music for many voices

Victoria                                  Mass Laetatus sum 

Josquin des Prez                  Qui habitat in adiutorio altissimi

Thomas Tallis                       Spem in alium


Saturday 20 December 2014      St Peter’s Church  7.30pm

A Star is Born: reflections on Christmas

John Tavener                        Ex Maria Virgine / The Lamb

Francis Poulenc                    Quatre Motets pour le temps de Noël

Pierre Villette                        Hymne a la Vièrge

John Gardner                        Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day

Bob Chilcott                          The Twelve days of Christmas  


Saturday 28 February 2015      St Peter’s Church  7.30pm

Wynde, Whirlwinds and Flight

John Taverner                        Mass ‘The Western Wynde’       

Vaughan Williams                The Voice out of the Whirlwind

Vaughan Williams                 A Vision of Aeroplanes               

Vaughan Williams                Valiant-for-Truth

Eric Whitacre                         Leonardo Dreams of his Flying Machine


Saturday 11 April 2015    St Albans Cathedral   7.30pm

Twin town concert with the Wormser Kantorei and Stefan Merkelbach

Amadeus Chamber Orchestra

Haydn                         Te Deum

Mozart                         Exultate Jubilate

Mozart                         Mass in C minor


Saturday 4 July 2015     [Venue to be confirmed]

 Independence Day

Samuel Barber                     Agnus Dei

F.J. Brown                            The Jumblies

Constant Lambert               Rio Grande

Will Todd                              Songs of Love

Geroge Gershwin                 I Got Rhythm  / It Ain’t Necessarily So / Summertime       


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