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(Re)Visions: After the Silence (London)
October 19 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Friends of Music at St James’ presents
(Re)Visions: After the Silence
London Concert begins at 7:00pm GMT on Monday, 19 October 2020
The Friends of Music at St James’, with the support of Century Venues, presents The Choir of St James’ in a live recording of a concert sung at The Concourse, Chatswood. This is our first digital concert and we are thrilled by it. With strict COVID-19 restrictions and skeleton staff and budget, we have created a wonderfully warm and enriching concert titled (Re)Visions: After the Silence.
From sublime Early Music pieces, to luscious modern renditions, this concert showcases Australian composers and features a world premiere recording by our very own Brooke Shelley, Missa Ænigmata. Some touching old favourites may bring a tear to your eye!
Please support us by donating a seat. For a donation of only $10, you will help fill our virtual concert hall and support a future for our performances and Choir. We would love to create more concerts for you and continue to share them with you. Please donate generously through our GoFundMe page: https://bit.ly/2EAwyz4
The Choir of St James’
Directed by Warren Trevelyan-Jones
If ye love me – Thomas Tallis
Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom – Thomas Tomkins
Jesu, grant me this I pray – Orlando Gibbons arr. Bairstow
Non vos relinquam orphanos – William Byrd
Ego flos campi – Clemens non Papa
Missa Ænigmata – Brooke Shelley (world premiere)
Lux Aeterna – Edward Elgar
O Waly Waly – arr. Owen Elsley
Wild Mountain Thyme – trad. Scottish
A gift to be simple – Aaron Copland
Blue Moon – Richard Rodgers/Lorenzo Hart
Somewhere over the rainbow – Harold Arlen
Lullabye – Billy Joel