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Faurés Requiem and Tavener's Invocations | Brighton Festival Chorus

When
Sunday November 3, 2019 at 15:00
Where
St John's Smith Square, London
Tickets
£35, £28, £22, £15
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  1. Requiem Op 48 - Gabriel Fauré
  2. Invocations and Last Word - Sir John Tavener
  3. Ubi caritas et amor, from 4 motets sur des thèmes grégoriens Op 10 - Maurice Duruflé
  4. Caresse sur l'océan, from Soundtrack to the film 'Les Choristes' - Bruno Coulais
  5. Ave verum corpus Op 65 No 1 - Gabriel Fauré
  6. O sacrum convivium - Olivier Messiaen
  7. Hymne à la Vierge, 'Hymn to the Virgin' - Pierre Villette
  8. Cantique de Jean Racine Op 11 - Gabriel Fauré

Fauré’s beautiful, meditative Requiem and motets by Fauré, Villette and Duruflé are performed alongside the London première of Tavener’s Invocations and Last Word, written for four choirs, one placed in each corner of the building.

2019 has seen Brighton Festival Chorus record in Abbey Road Studios with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, join together with Brighton Festival Youth Choir to present Britten’s Saint Nicholas, and close out the Brighton Festival in an acclaimed performance of Tippett’s great oratorio A Child Of Our Time with the Philharmonia Orchestra.


Venue
St John's Smith Square
Smith Square
London
London
SW1P 3HA
England
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