**PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE – SEE EVENT WEBSITE FOR FURTHER DETAILS** As Patron of the Charles Wood Festival and Summer School, John Rutter returns to Armagh to conduct a Come and Sing event, alongside the Charles Wood Singers, featuring a range of his own works, special editions and arrangements.
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This event has sold out. Please contact the Rydedale Festival box office for returns. Come and join one of the world’s most popular living composers and conductors for a fabulous day of singing! Whether you are young or old, an experienced chorister or new to choral singing, this will be a day to remember, performing an… Read more »
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.
A congregational setting for use at an Anglican Communion service
Mass of the Children was written to bring children’s and adults’ choirs together, in the way that performing in Britten’s War Requiem did for the young John Rutter as a school chorister. The five-movement work has become popular with choirs the world over. Eight anthems and motets complete the album.
This carol (in E major) is also available in Carols for Choirs 2 and 12 Christmas Carols: Set 1. The orchestral and brass accompaniments are available to hire at the OUP link below. A different arrangement (in E flat major), not compatible with the orchestral or brass accompaniments, is available in 100 Carols for Choirs.… Read more »
This two-CD set, released to mark 30 years of the Cambridge Singers and the 70th birthday of John Rutter, is jam-packed with favourite Rutter originals and arrangements, as well as popular tracks from the Cambridge Singers’ discography.
This secular work by John Rutter is set to the text of Shakespeare’s famous Sonnet No. 18. Throughout the work, Rutter skillfully weaves the figurative language of the sonnet within the lyrical melodic lines of the music. Shakespeare’s expressive text is passed between the voices, with the warm, verdant harmonies enveloping the sonnet’s use of… Read more »
Join composer and conductor John Rutter as he discusses his life and career with Professor Simon Halsey in the first online conversation as part of the University of Birmingham Music Society’s Summer Festival of Music. Online tickets will include a link and pass code for admittance to the session, hosted on Zoom and released on… Read more »
John Rutter – The Piano Collection is out now, comprising 17 of John’s best-loved choral works arranged for solo piano.