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Ex Cathedra - Choral classics in 40 parts

When
Sunday November 18, 2018 at 19:30
Where
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Tickets
£10 - £24.50; savings available for groups and Go Card holders
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  1. Spem in alium (40-part motet) - Thomas Tallis
  2. Ecce beatam lucem (40-part motet) - Alessandro Striggio
  3. Sanctum est verum lumen - Gabriel Jackson
  4. Earthrise - Alec Roth
  5. Sing and glorify - Thomas Tallis

Ex Cathedra - “one of Britain’s very best choirs” (New York Times) – comes to the Royal Concert Hall with an epic programme with no fewer than four pieces written in 40 parts. There are two works composed especially for Ex Cathedra and a rare opportunity to hear their iconic model, the monumental Spem in alium.

The 50th anniversary of the first manned orbit of the Moon is also the perfect time to hear Alec Roth’s 40-part Earthrise, a stunning piece that takes its inspiration from that breath-taking Apollo 8 photo. Astronomer Bill Anders later recounted: “We came all this way to explore the Moon, and the most important thing is that we discovered the Earth … it was the most beautiful, heart-catching sight of my life.”

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Venue
Royal Concert Hall
Theatre Square
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 5ND
England
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