Saturday 5th December, 2009
St. Paul's Church, Canterbury

Music for a winter’s evening

  • Francis Poulenc – Un soir de neige
    • De grandes cuillers de neige
    • La bonne neige
    • Bois meurtri
    • La nuit le froid la solitude
  • Kenneth Leighton – Carols for soprano solo and choir
    • A hymn of the nativity
    • Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child
    • An ode of the birth of our Saviour
  • Heinrich Schütz – Ein Kind ist uns geboren
  • Tomás Luis de Victoria – O magnum mysterium
  • Johann Sebastian Bach – from Am Fest der Beschneidung Christi [from Christmas Oratorio – part iv]
    • Und da acht Tage um waren (Tenor)
    • Immanuel, o süβes Wort (Soprano, Bass)
    • Flöβt, mein Heiland, flöβt dein Namen (Soprano and echo)
    • Wohlan, dein Name soll allein (Soprano, Bass)
    • Jesus richte mein Beginnen (Chorus)
  • Giovanni Gabrieli – Hodie Christus natus est (à8)
  • Roland de Lassus – Omnes de Saba venient (à8)
  • Cecilia McDowall - Now may we singen
  • Benjamin Britten – A hymn to the Virgin
  • Harold Darke – In the bleak mid-winter
  • Praetorius arr. Pearsall - In dulci jubilo

Saturday 4th July, 2009
St. Paul's Church, Canterbury

Music from the New World

  • Eric Whitacre - Sleep
  • David Del Tredici - Acrostic song from "Final Alice"
  • Daniel Gawthrop - Sing me to heaven
  • Samuel Barber - Agnus Dei
  • Michael Tippett - Five negro spirituals from "A child of our time"
    • Steal away
    • Nobody knows
    • Go down, Moses
    • Oh by and by
    • Deep river
  • Choral arrangements of classic popular American songs
    • Richard Rodgers - Some enchanted evening; Blue moon
    • George Gershwin - It ain't necessarily so; Summer time; I got rhythm; 'S wonderful
    • Thomas "Fats" Waller and Harry Brooks - Ain't misbehavin'
    • Cole Porter - Let's do it

Saturday 28th March, 2009
St. Paul's Church, Canterbury, with the Cantemus Orchestra


  • G.F. Handel - Messiah