The Deer's Cry - The Sixteen Choral Pilgrimage 2016

@ Durham Cathedral

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17 June 2016

7.30pm (doors open at 6.30pm)

£15 - £27

The Sixteen’s 16th Choral Pilgrimage celebrates the work of William Byrd and Arvo Pärt, composers from very different eras, both of whom are considered masters of sacred music despite having faced considerable persecution for their work. This programme explores the different ways in which Pärt uses his unique ‘Tintinabuli’ style to mesmerising effect, and The Sixteen revisit a piece performed at their very first Choral Pilgrimage, Byrd’s beautiful Ad Dominum cum tribularer.

Byrd Diliges Dominum
Byrd Christe qui lux es et dies
Arvo Pärt The Deer’s Cry
Byrd Emendemus in melius
Arvo Pärt The Woman with the Alabaster Box
Byrd Miserere mihi Domine
Byrd Ad Dominum cum tribularer
Tallis /Byrd Miserere nostri
Tallis When Jesus went
Byrd O lux beata Trinitas
Arvo Pärt Nunc Dimittis
Byrd Laetentur coeli
Byrd Tribue, Domine

Tickets: £15 / £17 / £27 available from the Gala Theatre Box Office 03000 266600 /www.galadurham.co.uk or 01904 651485 / www.ncem.co.uk

www.thesixteen.com

Venue
Durham Cathedral
The College
County Durham
DH1 3EQ

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