A rare opportunity to hear one of the world’s greatest living composers, John Rutter, talk about his journey through music and to sample his body of work. His choral music is performed widely around the world, with a significant number of pieces now seen as standards for choirs, and he is especially revered for his… Read more »
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If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for you. Led by the celebrated composer and conductor, John Rutter Come and Sing is an afternoon of choral singing to lift the spirits. Music will be a mixture of old and new, including some of John Rutter’s own well-loved… Read more »
Every piece sung by the Cambridge Singers, conducted by John Rutter.
**PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE – SEE EVENT WEBSITE FOR FURTHER DETAILS** The nation’s favourite composer, John Rutter was born in Marylebone, above the neighbouring Globe pub. Join the great composer himself for a ‘Come and Sing’ workshop on his own Feel the Spirit, a cycle of spirituals, with amazing guest… Read more »
The complete Office of Compline in English, as recorded in the sumptuous acoustic of the Ely Cathedral Lady Chapel, together with 18 lovely a cappella motets written to adorn the the evening worship of the church. Two-CD set.
This year’s Christmas Celebration goes global! We’ve pulled out all the stops to bring this firm festive favourite directly to you, in the comfort of your own home.
Inspired by the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, this album highlights music commissioned or chosen by the Royal Family for their own weddings, funerals and anniversaries during the lifetime of Queen Elizabeth II.
This album explores the great wealth of music written for unaccompanied choir in England, France and Germany during the Romantic era and into the twentieth century.
Behind the scenes at the premiere of ‘Joseph’s Carol’, dedicated to the Oxford vaccine team.
21 hymns reflecting 15 centuries of Christianity. Gregorian chant rubs shoulders with German chorales, Celtic folk melodies and 18th-century London street songs (in Anglican guise) in arrangements ranging from delicate harp accompaniment to thrilling festival treatments with brass, timpani, percussion and organ.