The Purcell Singers are absolutely thrilled to be returning to live singing, with their first concert in over 18 months. This programme is dedicated to the forces of nature, with pieces inspired by traditional folk songs, poetry, and prose. This concert will feature the world première performance of John Rutter’s Three Shakespeare Songs, three new pieces based on texts from Twelfth Night, The Tempest, and Much Ado About Nothing.
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London Town was commissioned and written to be performed by the combined forces of unison children’s choir and SATB mixed voices, with piano. The vividly communicative six-movement work, which is accompanied throughout, is full of musical contrasts from the jaunty ‘London Zoo’ to the solemn ‘Lines written in the Tower of London’. The work celebrates… Read more »
This album explores the secular works by Rutter: Fancies is an Elizabethan poetry cycle; When Icicles Hang sets texts by Shakespeare and Campion; the Five Childhood Lyrics set a group of simple rhymes in a spirit of fun and fairytale; and the six-movement Suite Antique for flute, harpsichord and strings ranges from simple, classic ‘aria’ to upbeat ‘jazz waltz’.
New: a playlist of all of John Rutter’s Christmas compositions and arrangements recorded on Collegium Records.
Well, it’s John here. I’m told I should introduce myself, so: Gender: male Nationality: British Status: married Age: not important I’ve known I wanted to be a musician ever since I could walk and talk, and the story is true that I first discovered music at home when I lifted the lid of the old… Read more »
Gathered from across the Collegium catalogue, Be Thou my Vision includes all of the sacred choral pieces for which Rutter is justly famous, representing for the first time a handy compendium of the best-loved Rutter works in their definitive performances by the Cambridge Singers, directed by the composer.
A rich programme on the theme of light, recorded in the magnificent acoustic of the Ely Cathedral Lady Chapel and featuring the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge under Timothy Brown. The music ranges from Gregorian chant to Rautavaara, and features a rare recording of Ligeti’s Lux Aeterna.
Behind the scenes at the premiere of ‘Joseph’s Carol’, dedicated to the Oxford vaccine team.
John Rutter writes about the Cambridge Singers: “When I formed the Cambridge Singers in the early 1980s as a professional mixed chamber choir with recording rather than public performance as its principal focus, the idea was a new one, and I never dreamed that we would still be recording – albeit with changing though still… Read more »
Top Tips From Ely: A Chorister Special John Rutter, Sarah MacDonald and Ian Keatley. Ian Keatley, Founding Director of the Charles Wood Girls’ Choir, travels to Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire to hear their renowned girl choristers in action. He’ll be meeting Sarah MacDonald, Director of the Cathedral’s Girls’ Choir, who’ll be demonstrating warm-ups and useful… Read more »