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St Peter's Singers

St Peter's Singers

St Peter’s Singers
Heather Penwood - soprano
Esther Colman - alto
Matthew Oglesby - tenor
Quentin Brown - bass
Alasdair Jamieson - conductor
David Houlder -  organ

125 years of English sacred music

Moore - Tu es Petrus
Moore - All wisdom cometh from the Lord
Elgar - Ecce, sacerdos magnus
Elgar - Great is the Lord (Psalm 48)
Elgar - Ave verum corpus
Elgar - Give unto the Lord (Psalm 29)
Britten - Rejoice in the Lamb

A chance to hear one of Britten’s most successful choral compositions Rejoice in the Lamb, along with Elgar’s two great anthems Great is the Lord and Give unto the Lord. Alasdair Jamieson conducts, with David Houlder at the organ.


Free admission, no ticket required

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