The inspired, commanding singing that followed created the perfect ending and underscored what must surely go down as Henley Choral Society’s finest hour.
Trevor Howell, Henley Standard (Bach St John Passion)
Sat18Jun20167:30 pmChristchurch Centre, Henley
20th Century French ComposersDURUFLÉ - Requiem and Quatre MotetsFAURÉ - Cantique de Jean RancineVIERNE - Messe SolennelleFEATURINGWill Dawes, baritoneJudy Brown, mezzo-sopranoRichard Moore, organistTom Edwards, conductor
Haydn Nelson Mass
Music for Troubled Times
7.30pm, Saturday 28th March, St Mary’s Church, Henley-on-Thames
Tickets £15.00 (under 18’s £5.00)
Buy online here or from Gorvett & Stone, Duke St, Henley or via 07946 782502
This thrilling and moving programme features the ever-popular Haydn Nelson Mass written at a time of great trouble in Europe, Mendelssohn Hear My Prayer including one of his most memorable melodies O for the Wings of a Dove, while the moving theme continues with Mozart Ave Verum Corpus and Stanford Lo, I Raise Up.
HCS has brought together a brilliant assembly of musicians including Orpheus Sinfonia, as heard on BBC Radio 3 and the World Service, plus superb young professional singers Hilary Cronin, Eve McGrath, Elisabeth Paul, Toby Ward and Gavin Cranmer-Moralee, with the talents of organist William Mason.
This promises to be a superb evening of music in Henley – you are strongly advised to book now to secure your tickets. Buy online here