The Sixteen
Harry Christophers

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The Sixteen

Harry Christophers conductor

David Miller lute



Campion Author of Light
Cornysh My love she mourn’th
Byrd Ad Dominum cum tribularer
Cornysh Ah, Robin, Gentle Robin   
Campion Most sweet and pleasing are thy ways
Anon I am a jolly foster
Campion Never weather-beaten sail
Cornysh Woefully array’d
Campion To music bent is my retired mind
Cornysh Hoyda, jolly rutterkin
Campion Shall I come sweet love to thee?
de Monte Super flumina Babylonis
Byrd Quomodo cantabimus
Cornysh Ave Maria, Mater Dei
Campion Never weather-beaten sail


For their much-anticipated annual visit to Temple Music, world-renowned choir The Sixteen will perform music from the 14th to 16th centuries interspersed with songs by Thomas Campion, one of the outstanding songwriters of the brilliant English lutenist school. The unique sound of The Sixteen, the breath-taking acoustic of the Temple Church and this exquisite programme make a flawless combination.


This concert is generously support by the Quadrant Chambers Consortium


This concert has now sold out. If you would like to join a waiting list for tickets please complete the form below. We will then contact you should we be able to release more tickets, if Covid-secure seating regulations change before the concert.

Venue: Temple Church
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This concert is currently sold out. If we are able to release more tickets for this concert we will let you know as soon as they become available.


Booking Information
Online Booking

Available here until 12noon on the day of the performance

Telephone Booking

020 7427 5641

Online and Telephone bookings are subject to a £2.00 booking fee.

In Person

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.


The safety of our audience, musicians and staff comes first.