A selection of recent concerts (for a complete listing of previous concerts see our archive)

24th June 2018

A Worldwide Choral Celebration

Music from many lands, including a piece by our founder David Till, and virtuoso brass performances by visiting members Fernando and Lucía Moya

Claudio Monteverdi Cantate Domino
Sergei Rachmaninoff Night
David Till springtime
Astor Piazzolla Oblivion  -
Lucía Moya, horn
Johann Sebastian Bach Prelude and Courante from Cello Suite no. 2  - Fernando Moya, euphonium
Leoš Janáček  arr. Oliver Till The Little Dove
Trad.
Arr. Mike Brewer Hamba Lulu
Gabriel Fauré Pavane
Ethan Sperry Desh
Billy Joel Lullaby*
*with Queen’s Park Junior Singers




18th March 2018

Our spring concert featured the UK premier performance of the St John Passion by CPE Bach (1772 version) with perid instrument accompaniment by the Asyla Ensemble, conducted by Oliver Till

Arvo Pärt (b. 1935)     Da pacem Domine

Maurice Duruflé (1902 - 1986) Tota pulchra es  Op. 10/2 (Queen's Prk Junior Singers, cond. Mary Phillips)

Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788)        St John Passion (1772)
                Cast
                Evangelist & tenor solos     Gwilym Bowen
                Pontius Pilate       James Rhoads
                Jesus  & bass solos       Michael Craddock
                Peter      Seb Timpson
                Mary Magdalene Nikki Saunders
                Servant  Roger Bloomfield
                Officer   Simon Judge

J
ohann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)    Ich lasse dich nicht  BWV Anh. 159


10th December 2017

Brahms A German Requiem
sung in English in Brahms's original version for choir and soloists with piano four hands. We repeated this performance to a packed house as part London's Brandenburg Choral Festival in St Katherine Kree Church on 12th January 2018.

with...

Aimee Presswood soprano
Robert Brooks baritone
Gamal Khamis, Hamish Brown piano
Oliver Till conductor


11th December 2016

Messiah
Handel's master work, with period instrument accompaniment by the Asyla Ensemble This performance, our first in St Martin's Church, Kensal Green, drew a capacity audience who responded with a standing ovation.

Mary Phillips soprano
Rachel Maby contralto
Guy Withers tenor
Charles Naylor bass
Queen’s Park Junior Singers director Mary Phillips
Asyla Ensemble
Oliver Till conductor



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