Sunday 1 October 2023 at 6pm
St George’s Bristol
David Ogden conductor
Richard Johnson piano
Rose McPhilemy reader
Roxanna Panufnik Elegy for Fadima (world premiere)
Traditional Summer is a-coming in
Frederick Delius To Be Sung Of A Summer Night On The Water
Jonathan Harvey Song of June
George Gershwin Summertime
Frank Bridge Autumn
Gustav Holst The Autumn is old
Jussi Chydenius Autumn
Claude Debussy Yver vous n’estes qu’un villain
Morten Lauridsen Mid-Winter Songs
Camille Saint-Saëns Serenade D’hiver
Orlando de Lassus Hor che la nuova e vaga primavera
Japanese Traditional arr. Ko Matsushita Sakura
Bob Chilcott When Spring comes walking
György Orbán Mundi renovatio
Gift yourself the treat of an evening of choral music that weaves together the vibrant tapestry of life’s seasons with the beauty of the rhythm of the cycle of the natural world.
Music from Europe, Asia and Africa are fused together in this memorable programme, delivered with Exultate Singers’ customary engaging and entertaining style.
Exploring the timeless thread from mediaeval times to the present day, this carefully curated programme of music showcases evocative and intensely moving pieces by living composers, including the world premiere of a specially commissioned piece by the leading British composer Roxanna Panufnik, who was chosen by Charles III to write music for his Coronation.
A selection of evocative and atmospheric poems compliment the beautiful choral music, read by the Bristol-based actor Rose McPhilemy.
Tickets £12 / £15 / £18 / £21
How to book
Choose your seats using the dropdown list (there is no booking fee if you book via the Exultate Singers’ website).
Tickets are also available from St George’s box office online, by phone on 0117 929 4929, and over the counter at St George’s (booking fees apply).