King’s College Cambridge Choir/ Credit: Paul Grover
Monday, 27 June 2016, 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Part of a continuing programme of events for the centenary of World War One, this exceptional concert will mark 100 years since the Battle of the Somme, and the first ever performance of the King’s College Choir in Sheffield in their over 500 glorious years of existence.
Tallis – Loquebantur variis linguis 5 (Pentecost liturgical text)
Byrd – Laudibus in sanctis 6 (Ps 150 – paraphrase)
Holloway – Thou art there 6 (from psalm texts)
Causton – The Flight (15th cent.)
Britten – Hymn to St Cecilia 14 (Auden)
Fauré – Cantique de Jean Racine
Fauré – Requiem
FOR TICKETS RING 0114 22 33 777. TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE OVER THE COUNTER AT THE CITY HALL BOX OFFICE OR ONLINE.
Unreserved seating, first come-first served. To make it fair for everyone, tickets will be limited to 8 per transaction.