Cambridge Voices! 30th Anniversary Celebration! - standard tickets available on the door from 6.30pm

Cambridge Voices! 30th Anniversary Celebration! - standard tickets available on the door from 6.30pm

The Lady Chapel . Ely Cathedral . Cambs . CB7 4DL
Bank Holiday Monday 28 August Doors 6.45pm, concert 7.30pm

Standard seating £21 (unreserved) / Full time student £19 - available online and on the door
Premium seating £29 (reserved seating, programme and interval drink included) SOLD OUT

Tickets : Babylon ARTS box office · 01353 616991 ·
Babylon Arts (operated by ADEC) Charity No. 1043197.

ADEC fundraising event. 30th Anniversary Celebration!
Ely Cathedral’s world-famous Lady Chapel will be the illustrious venue for Cambridge Voices’ Choral Extravaganza on August bank holiday Monday this year, when this dynamic and constantly-innovative choir, directed by their indefatigable founder Ian de Massini, celebrate their 30th anniversary.

Founded jointly by Ian de Massini (former choral scholar of King’s College Chapel Choir, Cambridge) and Marie-Madeleine Duruflé in Paris in 1987, this highly-acclaimed choir will perform Duruflé’s ravishing Requiem, composed for choir, organ, cello and vocal soloists, infused with medieval plainchant and French romantic harmonies, alongside De Massini’s effervescent setting of the Spiritual, Do what the Spirit says!
specially commissioned for this concert.
The first half of the concert will include works by Tallis, Gibbons, Stanford and Rubbra, as well as the finale from Widor’s Toccata (Organ solo), Wylkynson’s tour-de-force, 13-voice Canon from the Eton Choirbook with the choir surrounding the whole audience and Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis (Arranged for choir by De Massini (World Premiere).

Advance booking (reserved seating available) for this unique event is strongly recommended.

Duruflé’s Requiem
Composed for choir, organ, cello and vocal soloists, infused with medieval plainchant and
French romantic harmonies
De Massini’s Do what the Spirit says!
Spiritual and effervescent, specially commissioned for this concert The first half of the concert will include
works by Tallis, Gibbons, Stanford and Rubbra, as well as: Widor’s Toccata (Organ solo) Wylkynson’s 13-voice Canon From the Eton Choirbook, with the choir surrounding the whole audience.
Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis Arranged for choir by De Massini (World Premiere).

Online tickets: www.babylonarts.org.uk Tel: 01353 616991
In person: Babylon ARTS, Babylon Gallery, Waterside, Ely, CB7 4AU
and Ely Cathedral Box Office.
 

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