Twentieth-Century Masterpieces for Choir

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Twentieth-Century Masterpieces for Choir

Inspiring works by some of the Twentieth Century's finest composers, including Walton, Copland, Britten and Janacek

By St John's Voices

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Starts on Sat, 24 Jun 2023 20:00 BST


St John's College Chapel 11 Saint Johns Street Cambridge CB2 1TW United Kingdom

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About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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St John's Voices returns to the concert platform for a celebration of the Twentieth Century's finest choral music. The programme includes

Janacek - Otcenas

Britten - Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard

Walton - The Twelve

Copland - In the Beginning

As ever, soloists are drawn from the choir, and this time we feature Ruth Murphy, John Stowell and Eleanor Medcalf, alongside our organists & pianists Benedict Turner-Berry and Jack McCabe.

St John's Voices is directed by Graham Walker.

About the organiser

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St John's Voices

St John's Voices is the mixed-voice choir from St John's College, Cambridge. Formed in 2013 to complement the work of our sister choir, SJV has quickly developed a remarkable reputation for its emotionally-charged, musically committed performances. Weekly evensongs in the College Chapel complement concerts, tours and recordings to offer an inspiring and immersive experience for choir and listener alike.