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Amici Chamber Choir sing Gorecki

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Saturday 24th November, 7.30pm, St James’s Church, Piccadilly, London
Amici Chamber Choir

Amici Chamber Choir, conductor Paul Jeanes
Rachmaninov – Bogoroditsye Dyevo
Bairstow – Let all mortal flesh keep silence
‘O Mysterium’ by Victoria
‘O Mysterium’ by Thompson
Gjeilo – Northern Lights; Serenity; Ubi Caritas
Randall Thompson – Alleluia
Dvořák – Mass in D

A richly rewarding evening of beguiling choral music sung with passion and commitment.

The Amici Chamber Choir was established in 1986 so that a group of experienced and enthusiastic amateur singers could enjoy performing music to a high standard. The choir celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2016.

The choir draws its members from across north/west London and consists of about 33 singers who are required to have good sight singing ability. We perform regular concerts in Harrow and central London, with occasional trips to other parts of the UK. The repertoire covers both sacred and secular works, from Renaissance church music and madrigals to music of the present day.

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Angela Brownridge plays Debussy

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Wednesday 21 November 2018, at 7.30pm, St James’s Piccadilly, London
Angela Brownridge - pianist
Angela Brownridge (piano) plays Debussy, Liszt and Chopin
Debussy – Pour le piano
Liszt – Sposalizio & Petrarch Sonnet No.104 (from Années de Pélèrinage: Deuxième année Italie)
Chopin – Three Etudes (Op.25 Nos.1 & 7; Op.10 No.5)
Debussy – 12 Preludes, Book 2; L’isle joyeuse

Hailed as a major star in classical music and one of the worlds finest pianists by the New York Times, Angela’s playing brings spontaneity, character and beauty of sound to the platform.

She has amazing technique, tonal splendour, wonderful clarity and dramatic force of which electrifying authority, passion & dedication were the keynotes. She is an artist of the highest calibre and this was playing of the highest order. (The Guardian)

She gave one of the finest and most riveting performances I have ever heard. (Daily Telegraph)

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