Tuesday 20.6.2017

Ex-Cathedra Summer Music by Candlelight

A programme of glorious music conducted by Jeffrey Skidmore

This event is sure to be a magical midsummer evening, performed by the soft glow of candlelight as daylight fades. The music and readings are inspired by birdsong and by the season – uplifting repertoire to send you home singing of summertime.

If you enjoy our Christmas Music by Candlelight concerts you will love this concert.

“Spine-tinglingly lovely … a breathtaking feat of pure ensemble singing” (Birmingham Post)

Performed without interval, the concert will finish at approximately 9.15pm.

Programme includes:
6th century plainchant Iam lucis orto sidere
13th century English Sumer is icumin in
Roth Dawn Chorus – Die goldene Sonne (world premiere)*
Vaughan Williams The Turtle Dove
Stanford The Bluebird
Saint-Saëns Les fleurs et les arbres
Trenet arr. Skidmore La mer
Ravel Trois Chansons
Gershwin arr. Skidmore Summertime
Welch & Bennett arr. Skidmore Summer Holiday
Parry Sunset and Evening Star
Roth Night Prayer

* We are thrilled to have commissioned a new piece from Alec Roth, with our thanks for the generous support of the Elmley Foundation, the Helen Rachael Mackaness Charitable Trust and the William A Cadbury Charitable Trust.
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£12.50 – £40 including per ticket commission
£5 for anyone in full time education or aged 17 and younger
£8 for anyone aged 18-30 not in full time education
Wheelchair & companion tickets, and group savings available, please ask at the box office when booking
Call the THSH box office on 0121 780 3333 or book online via the link below

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Simply book for 3 or more different concerts and enjoy a range of benefits, including:
– savings of up to 30%
– exemption from the per ticket commission
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Priority booking for concert packages and our Host of Angels begins on 25 May 2016. Booking for 2 different concerts opens on 10 June 2016 and for single concerts on 22 June 2016.

£12.50 – £40 including per ticket commission

Time 8:00 p.m.

Venue Birmingham Cathedral

Ex-Cathedra

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