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Musical Echoes

    // St Pancras Church

    Interpretations old and new

Euston Road, London NW1 2BA
Tickets: £15 (concessions £10) available via EventBrite
Rachmaninoff: Priidite, poklonomsia
Cheryl Frances-Hoad: Bogoroditse Devo, raduysia
Anon English 13th cent.: Edi beo thu
Kerry Andrew: Hevene Quene
Thea Musgrave: On the Underground, Set 2
Britten: Five Flower Songs
Gurney: Since I believe
John Duggan: Requiem (from ‘The Singing Will Never Be Done’)
Bantock: My luve is like a red, red rose
James MacMillan: The Gallant Weaver
Paul Edwards: God be in my head
Judith Weir: My Guardian Angel

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A fascinating programme of choral music where a contemporary work is paired with an earlier piece based on words from the same poet or source. For example, Cheryl Frances-Hoad and Rachmaninoff’s settings of All Night Vigil, James MacMillan and Granville Bantock’s settings of Burns, and Thea Musgrave’s and Benjamin Britten’s settings of words by Herrick. Included is a motet by Ivor Gurney which was only published in 2017, 92 years after it was composed. And Judith Weir provides a brief opportunity for audience participation!