Friday, 27 June at 7.30 pm
These are archived details from 2008 – current details are also available.
|directed by Harry Christophers|
|Choral Pilgrimage 2008|
|White||Lamentations à 5|
|Tye||Agnus Dei from Mass Euge Bone|
|Parsons||O Bone Jesu|
|White||Christe qui lux es et dies|
|Tye||Peccavimus à 7|
‘Thy Muse Lives On’
Treasures of Tudor England
For their Choral Pilgrimage in 2008, The Sixteen present a programme devoted to three composers born in, or just before, the reign of King Henry VIII (1509–1547) and who not only survived the Reformation but lived through the turbulent times of Edward VI (1547–1553), Mary I (1553–1558) and then died during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558–1603) and who, by maintaining a religious balancing act, managed to secure an established Church.
Sponsored by Mr & Mrs Alastair Hume