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Live online: Music for Reflection | The Sixteen

Monday October 26, 2020 at 19:00
Available online until
Saturday October 31, 2020
Online: Hall One, Kings Place, London
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  1. Litaniae Beatissimae Virginis Mariae - Felice Anerio
  2. The deer's cry - Arvo Pärt
  3. Here let us stand (from Murder in the Cathedral) - T S Eliot
  4. O Virgo Prudentissima - Josquin des Prés
  5. Da pacem Domine - Arvo Pärt
  6. Does the bird sing in the South? (from Murder in the Cathedral) - T S Eliot
  7. Libera nos, salva nos I - John Sheppard
  8. Pater noster - Josquin des Prés
  9. Morning Star - Arvo Pärt
  10. We praise Thee, O God (from Murder in the Cathedral) - T S Eliot
  11. Litaniae Beatae Mariae - Tomás Luis de Victoria

This September we are delighted to be returning to the concert stage, joining together with some of the world’s most acclaimed vocal groups including The Swingles, Stile Antico, I Fagiolini and others, in Live from London, a ground-breaking online music festival, organised by Voces8.
Broadcast in HD every Saturday from 1 August 2020, these concerts will herald the return of live music-making for many groups, with the majority of musicians having been unable to get together since lockdown restrictions began back in March.

Our own concert on 19 September at 7pm will be streamed live from Kings Place in London. There are also a limited number of general admission tickets available for a socially-distanced performance in Hall One at Kings Place at 5pm. To book tickets for this please visit the Kings Place website.

Entitled Music for Reflection, Harry Christophers writes ‘Those months have given us lots of time to reflect on what is important to us: live performance and connecting with our audience; now we will treasure it even more keenly. Our programme allows us to reflect on our lives and the lives of people around us. It is framed by two double choir litanies both prayerful yet full of hope, whose final prayer is echoed by the women of Canterbury in TS Eliot’s final chorus from Murder in the Cathedral. Music by Josquin, Sheppard and Arvo Pärt offers an amazing range of sonic variety, texture and subtle use of silence. This music is deeply felt by all of us at The Sixteen.’

With narration from TS Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral [St Thomas Becket d1170]

Online: Hall One, Kings Place
90 York Way
N1 9AG
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