LACOCK SCHOLARS
 
CD Launch Concert 'In Memoriam: Commemoration Motets of the Renaissance'

27 Oct 2018, 7.00pm

St Cuthbert's Church

50 Philbeach Gardens, Earl's Court,

SW5 9EB, London

Nearest tube: Earl's Court

TICKETS

In Advance

£14

£12 Concessions

£10 Members of ILAMS

£7 Friends of Echoes Festival

(click HERE to join)

 

On the Door

£18

£16 Concessions

£14 Members of ILAMS

£9 Friends of Echoes Festival

(click HERE to join)

FREE ENTRY to participants in the Duarte Lobo workshop for singers (click HERE for more info)

BOOKINGS

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Come and hear the UK's premier amateur consort, The Lacock Scholars, sing a concert launching their second CD, In memoriam: Commemoration Motets of the Renaissance. Conducted by Greg Skidmore, one of the country's leading specialist performers of Renaissance polyphony, the group will present Duarte Lobo's Missa pro defunctis for six voices - a wonderful counterpart to the same composer's eight voice Requiem mass which forms the centrepiece of a day-long workshop lead by Patrick Craig immediately preceding the performance - alongside motets written on the death of various Renaissance polyphonists throughout the period.

 

The concert will be in the characteristic Lacock Scholars style; seamless and without applause, allowing you to approach the music on your own terms, surrounded by the magnificent architecture of one of west London's hidden gem churches, St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Their CD recording of the programme will be available for purchase after the concert, when you can chat with Greg and the rest of the singers about the music and the performance.

Duarte Lobo Missa pro defunctis a6

Johannes Ockeghem Mort, tu as navré de ton dart (in memoriam Gilles Binchois)

Josquin des Prez Nymphes des bois (La Déploration de Johannes Ockeghem)

Nicolas Gombert Musae Jovis (in memoriam Josquin des Prez)

Jacobus Vaet Continuo lacrimas (in memoriam Jacobus Clemens non Papa)

William Byrd Ye sacred muses (in memoriam Thomas Tallis)

Thomas Weelkes Death hath deprived me (A remembrance of my friend M. Thomas Morley)

PLUS Ticket includes a complimentary glass of Spanish wine!

Lacock Scholars voices

Greg Skidmore conductor

Presented by ILAMS and the Instituto Cervantes as part of Echoes Festival 2018 in collaboration with Lacock Courses, with the kind support of Wines from Spain

 

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