Description

This concert includes a variety of pieces in celebration of the work and influence of Charles Villiers Stanford who died on 29th March 1924. The works chosen represent composers from the 19th and 20th centuries who influenced Stanford e.g. Brahms & Sullivan plus a number of the composers that he influenced directly or indirectly.

Works include the 2nd movement of Brahms' German Requiem, Hiawatha's Wedding by Samuel Coleridge Taylor and Stanford's Magnificat and Nunc in C.

Also we have James Gilchrist performing Lake Isle of Innisfree and Loveliest of Trees by Muriel Herbert as well as the solo part in Hiawatha's Wedding.

We are supported by Southern Sinfonia. See our website for more information.

Why You Should Attend

To get a better understanding of the impact of C.V. Stanford on a range of (especially British) composers.

To hear James Gilchrist perform a rarely performed Muriel Herbert work.

To enjoy a wide range of music from serious religious to the fun of Hiawatha's Wedding

Types of Music
Event Info
  • Sat, Mar 9, 2024, 7:30 pm

  • Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne College RG88LA

  • The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel RG88LA

Additional Info

This concert includes a variety of pieces in celebration of the work and influence of Charles Villiers Stanford who died on 29th March 1924. The works chosen represent composers from the 19th and 20th centuries who influenced Stanford e.g. Brahms & Sullivan plus a number of the composers that he influenced directly or indirectly.

Works include the 2nd movement of Brahms' German RequiemHiawatha's Wedding by Samuel Coleridge Taylor and Stanford's Magnificat and Nunc in C.

Also we have James Gilchrist performing Lake Isle of Innisfree and Loveliest of Trees by Muriel Herbert as well as the solo part in Hiawatha's Wedding.

We are supported by Southern Sinfonia. See our website for more information.

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