The composer and singer Ian Carpenter's 40th birthday is marked in a celebration of his music at All Saints' Church, Clifton, sung by Exultate Singers.
Often inspired by jazz harmonies and always tuneful, Ian's music is accessible and easy to listen to, but a formidable intellect and attention to detail behind it means it has a depth of quality to the writing that rewards repeated listening.
His pieces are frequently performed in concert by many ensembles including Bristol's Exultate Singers, and appear on both the choir's CDs.
Saturday 13th June 2009 at 7.45pm
All Saints' Church, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Entry to the concert is free and no tickets are required. There will be a collection for the All Saints' Church Organ Appeal.
Following Exultate Singers' appearance on TV at tea-time, come and hear them sing live the same evening! A programme of Italian Renaissance music includes music by Monteverdi, Croce, Gabrieli and Rigatti
A concert at St Patrick's Church in Redfield, Bristol. Tickets Â£10 (Â£8 concessions, Â£2 under 12s) available online or by calling St Patrick's Parish Office on 0117 955 7662.
Singing pieces based around a theme of courage, Exultate Singers make another appearance on Songs of Praise. Recorded in St Alban's Church, Westbury Park, the pieces include David Ogden's beautiful arrangements of Dear Lord and Father of mankind and Be still my soul.