Britain’s leading choral composer and conductor, John Rutter CBE, returns to Northampton! John invites you to sing a mixture of choral music, old and new, familiar and unfamiliar, including a selection of his most recent compositions, as well as choral classics from his new book Sacred Choruses.
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The day is aimed at those with some choral experience and those who would like to give choral singing a try! John will cover movements from the John Rutter Requiem, Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racine and more of John’s compositions, time permitting.
Thoughts on the anniversary of the death of Italian composer Francesco Durante (1684-1755).
John has been interviewed for a new book by David Wordsworth, ‘Giving Voice to my Music: Choral Composers in Conversation’.
Thoughts on 2020 and the year ahead.
Amateur composers of any age are invited to submit an original carol for adult SATB choir with or without accompaniment.
After the huge success of the 2019 Come and Sing with John Rutter, there have been many requests for a repeat workshop, so John Rutter will be returning to the Royal Concert Hall for another great day of singing. If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for… Read more »
Join John Rutter and Anna Lapwood for an hour’s talk with questions following – an online event, via Zoom. A virtual event that is open to anyone who enjoys Christmas music wherever they live. This special event will bring together the internationally known composer, John Rutter in conversation with Anna Lapwood, the Director of Music… Read more »
The Gift of Life, is a six-movement choral celebration of the living earth, of creation, and of life itself, offering a kaleidoscope of moods from contemplative and prayerful to majestic and inspirational.
A powerful and moving setting, written for the annual St Cecilia’s Day sung by the joint choirs of Westminster Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, and St Paul’s Cathedral, and premiered in Westminster Abbey in November 1998.