Gloucester Rotary 90th Anniversary Concert

Exultate Singers is joined by winners of the Gloucestershire Young Musician of the Year and Gloucester Academy of music for this very special concert, introduced by Richard Atkins of BBC Radio Gloucestershire. With violinist Alice Earll and oboist Tim Keasley.

All proceeds to local Rotary Charities.


Friday 18th June 2010 at 7.30pm


Gloucester Cathedral


I was glad - Parry
Faire is the heaven - Harris
Concerto No 4 in D major K218, Allegro- Mozart
Lo God is here - Moore
Sarabande and Allegro - Grovlez
Agnus Dei - Barber
Bogoroditse Dyevo - Rachmaninov
Joshua fit the battle of Jericho - arr Brewer
Pastime with good company - Henry VIII
The Turtle Dove - Vaughan Williams
The Water of Tyne - Traditional arr Neume
Air on a G string - Bach
Czardas - Monti
Lay a garland - Pearsall
Shenandoah - arr James Erb
Her sacred spirit soars - Whitacre
Double, Double Toil and Trouble - Mäntyjärvi
Every time I feel the spirit - arr Chilcott


£22 (to include drinks reception), £16, £12 (limited view)

How to book

• Tickets available from Gloucester Tourist Information Centre

• Also available from Gloucester Cathedral Shop

• or phone Mrs Margaret Keck (President, Gloucester Rotary) by phone on 01453 872300 or email

Forthcoming concerts

Saturday 26th June 2010 - Jazz it up! go

A jazz concert in Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church, Bristol as part of the Connect Festival 2010.

Sunday 27th June 2010 - Songs of Praise go

A special episode of Songs of Praise presented by Aled Jones meeting the people behind the music. Aled is filmed meeting the choir at one of its rehearsals and the programme includes interviews with David Ogden and bass Mike Osborn.

Sunday 7th November 2010 - Rachmaninov All Night Vigil (Vespers) go

A concert of this stunning work, sung in Russian, in St George's Bristol. The programme will include movements from cello sonatas by Rachmaninov and Shostakovich performed by the sensational cellist Richard May and concert pianist Olena Shvetsova.

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