'Guerrero 400': Choral Masterpieces of the Spanish Renaissance

Image: El Dulce nombre de María (detail) by Cristóbal de Villalpando (c. 1649-1714)

16 Nov 2019, 7.00pm

St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TL

Nearest tube: Liverpool Street


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Francisco Guerrero (dates) stands as one of the most important composers of the Spanish Baroque... Less well-known is the work of his elder brother, Pedro Guerrero, who...


Join us for a contemplative concert of Spanish Renaissance choral music focusing on the works of brothers Pedro and Francisco Guerrero, performed by the UK's premier amateur consort, The Lacock Scholars, in celebration of Pedro Guerrero's 400th birthday. Conducted by Greg Skidmore, one of the country's leading specialist performers of Renaissance polyphony, the group will present a selection of Pedro Guerrero's works alongside... 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, and in the beautiful acoustics, of Pimlico's St Gabriel's Church.

Lacock Scholars voices

Greg Skidmore conductor

Organised by ILAMS as part of Echoes Festival 2019 in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes and Lacock Courses, with the kind support of Ribera del Duero


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