Monday, 19 December 2016

Bax and more: the Carice Singers at St Gabriel's Pimlico

Arnold Bax's rarely performed carol Of A Rose I Sing, for choir, harp, cello, and double bass, the composer's response to the Easter Rising of 1916, is the centrepiece of a programme of choral music by Herbert Howells, Peter Warlock, John Ireland, and Arnold Bax at St Gabriel's Church, Pimlico, tonight (19 December 2016 at 6.30pm). The programme is being performed by The Carice Singers, conductor George Parris, a young choir formed in 2011 to specialise in British Romantic Composers  The 20th century works are being performed alongside Christmas choral music from the Tudor era.

Further information from The Carice Singers website.

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