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Concert on 16 July 2011 - St Vedast-alias-Foster, London ... added by llo on 4 Jul 2011 tag | report
When Saturday July 16, 2011 at 18:30 Where St Vedast-alias-Foster, London Tickets Free admission – no ticket required •Pinnacle Ensemble (choir) •Orchestra of The Pinnacle •Katherine Watson (soprano) •Fiona MacKay (mezzo-soprano) •Alistair Digges (tenor) •James Hancock (baritone) •Michael Waldron (conductor) 1.Missa Brevis in C, 'Spätzenmesse' (Sparrow Mass) K220 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2.Jubilate deo - Benjamin Britten 3.Hear my Prayer - Felix Mendelssohn 4.Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars - Jonathan Dove 5.For lo, I raise up Op 145 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 6.The Darkness is no Darkness - Judith Bingham 7.O be joyful in the Lord - Jeremy Filsell An exciting programme of choral music in the beautiful Wren church of St Vedast-alias-Foster (opposite St Paul's tube). The concert is not only celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, which will be reflected in passages set to exciting choral anthems, but w
Michael Waldron (waldron_michael) on Twitter added by llo on 4 Jul 2011 tag | report
Michael graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 2010, having spent four years as Organ Scholar under the direction of Stephen Layton. During his time there he was involved with the Choir's numerous international tours, concerts and recordings, including a month-long tour across Australia in September 2010. Founder of the Pinnacle Ensemble and Music Director of Go Opera
Concerts « The Pinnacle Ensemble added by llo on 4 Jul 2011 tag | report
The Pinnacle Ensemble was founded as Queen Mary’s Consort in 2006 by its director Michael Waldron for a concert in Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge. Since its creation, the group has given concerts across the UK (most recently in Salisbury, Winchester and Portsmouth Cathedrals), as well as numerous venues across Cambridge and London. The Choir established itself as one of the finest and most diverse choral groups in Cambridge. Now based in London and named after the building in which the new group was formed, the group exists as a professional chamber choir with repertoire ranging from Bach and Purcell, to contemporary works by Lukaszewski, MacMillan, Pärt and Tavener.
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