Thursday 21 May 7pm, Temple Church
£15.00 — £40.00
In view of the current situation with the Covid-19 virus and in line with Government advice, we have very regretfully had to cancel this concert with the Temple Church Choir in the Temple Church on 21st May.
We will be contacting all ticket buyers about refunds within the next two working days. If you have any queries about a refund, or any other issues relating to the concert, please do contact Poppy Damazer by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets £15 £20 £30 £40
Generously supported by the Honourable Societies of the Inner and Middle Temple.
Verdi Pater noster
Stanford Three Motets
Handel Let the Bright Seraphim; Let their celestial concerts all unite
James MacMillan Miserere; O Radiant Dawn
Roger Sayer director
Charles Andrews organ
For a concert of religiously inspired music there are few safer hands than the choir of the Temple Church. Settings of The Lord’s Prayer wrap around a programme that includes James MacMillan’s exquisite Miserere, commissioned and championed by The Sixteen, and highlights from Handel’s most dramatic oratorio Samson.
“James MacMillan ranks amongst a trio of truly great composers of sacred
music, the other two being Tomás Luis de Victoria and Francis Poulenc.”
Harry Christophers, Founder and Conductor, The Sixteen
Running Time: 1 hour