Josquin Qui Habitat
Brumel Kyrie from Earthquake mass ‘Et ecce terræ motus’
G Jackson Cecila Virgo
Tallis Miserere nostri
Gombert Magnificat tertii et octavi toni
Tomkins O Praise the Lord, all ye heathen
Tallis Spem in Alium
The Temple Singers – the Temple Church Choir's adult singers – and alumni of The Sixteen’s illustrious Genesis programme, celebrate music for large unaccompanied choral forces and the astonishing musical textures and colours this gave to composers. A concert to truly awaken the senses, culminating in Tallis’ motet Spem in alium, comprising of 40 individual vocal lines. Experiencing this piece in the unique acoustics of the Temple Church will be a true delight for the senses.
This concert is generously supported by The Honourable Societies of the Inner and Middle Temple
Further to the lifting of government restrictions on 19 July, all future concerts presented by the Temple Music Foundation will be at full capacity without social distancing in place.
We continue to follow all government guidance and are therefore following the recommendation that people wear face coverings inside when a lot of people are present. Hence, we kindly request that you wear a mask or appropriate face covering when attending our concerts, unless you are exempt.
We will continue to review and manage any risks and will respond to any changes in Government guidance.
Available here until 12noon on the day of the performance
020 7427 5641
Online and Telephone bookings are subject to a £2.00 booking fee.
Tickets are available on the door 30 minutes before the performance (subject to availability, cash and cheque only)
Please note that we can only offer refunds in the event that the concert is Sold Out and we are able to re-sell your ticket.