Stanford Chamber Chorale & the Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford.
Jun
19
7:45 PM19:45

Stanford Chamber Chorale & the Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford.

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Free concert given by Stanford’s premier small vocal ensemble with the Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford.

Joint Pieces with Queen’s Choir:-

Harris: Bring Us, O Lord God

Vaughan Williams: Let All the World in Every Corner Sing

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Organ set

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Stanford Chamber Chorale

Byrd: Alleluia. Ascendit Deus. Dominus in Sina

Helvey: O be joyful

Dove: They will rise

Miskinis: Angelis suie Deus

O'Regan: Alleluia, laus et Gloria

LaBarr: I should be glad

Tuan: Unending love

Trad. American, Arr. Tuan: Shenandoah

Trad. Spiritual, Arr. Gibbs: Didn' my Lord deliver Daniel

https://chorale.stanford.edu/about/

Free admission, retiring collection.

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Music for a Summer's Evening
Jun
15
7:30 PM19:30

Music for a Summer's Evening

Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford
Sholto Kynoch, piano
Owen Rees, director

The choir's annual summer concert at Queen’s features – as the centrepiece of the first half, in chapel – Jonathan Dove's inspiring The Passing of the Year, a dramatic evocation of summer, setting poetry by William Blake and others. For this performance the choir is joined by the renowned pianist Sholto Kynoch, director of the Oxford Lieder Festival. The second half of the concert takes place in the glorious setting of the Fellows’ Garden at Queen’s, where the choir will sing madrigals, part-songs and close-harmony arrangements while the audience enjoys a glass of wine or a soft drink, included in the ticket price.

Tickets: £15 / £5 (students)
to include a glass of wine

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Jun
6
6:15 PM18:15

Pacific Lutheran University Choir & the Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford. Concert

Free concert in the Chapel featuring the combined forces of the award winning ‘Choir of the West’ (premier choral ensemble of the Pacific Lutheran University, Washington, USA) conducted by Richard Nance) and Queen’s Choir, conducted by Owen Rees.

Free admission (no tickets required) - retiring collection.

Hail, Gladdening Light.... Charles Wood (1866 – 1926)

Faire is the Heaven .... William H. Harris (1883 – 1973) 

Exsultate .... Brian Edward Galante (b. 1974)

Two German Motets

Selig sind die Toten...... Heinrich Schütz (1585 – 1672)

Die mit tränen säen..... Johann Hermann Schein (1586 – 1630)

 

Of Time And Passing (World Premiere)..... Daniel J. Knaggs (b. 1983)

Trois Chansons.... Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)

Mate Saule.... Peteris Vasks (b. 1943)

To Achieve Thine Ends.... Austin Schend (PLU student composer) (b. 1991)

American Songs

Nelly Bly.....arr. Jack Halloran (1916 – 1997)

Oh, Shenandoah….arr. Alf Houkom (b. 1935)

Unclouded Day…. arr. Shawn Kirchner (b. 1970)

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May
11
2:00 PM14:00

Choral and Organ Awards Open Day

A choral workshop in the Chapel lead by Director of Music, Owen Rees, followed by tea for those attending in the Old Lodgings Foyer. Rehearsal at 5pm in the Chapel followed by Evensong at 6.15-7pm followed by refreshments in the Old Lodgings Foyer until 8pm.

Apply below:

https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/choral-and-organ-awards-open-day

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Masterpieces of the French Baroque - Charpentier: Messe à 4 choeurs
Feb
24
8:00 PM20:00

Masterpieces of the French Baroque - Charpentier: Messe à 4 choeurs

  • Chapel of The Queen's College, High Street, Oxford, OX1 4AW (map)
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Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Edward Higginbottom

This concert presents little-known masterpieces of 17th-century French sacred music, including the dramatic Messe à 4 choeurs by Marc-Antoine Charpentier and other choral and instrumental works of the French Baroque.

Tickets £15 / £5 (students)

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Carols from Queen's
Dec
14
7:30 PM19:30

Carols from Queen's

  • Chapel of The Queen's College, High Street, Oxford, OX1 4AW (map)
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Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees

A candlelit concert of carols old and new -  our annual Christmas celebration.

Tickets £20 / £5 (students), to include a festive interval drink.

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Remembrance Day Sunday Concert
Nov
11
7:00 PM19:00

Remembrance Day Sunday Concert

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BUTTERWORTH The Banks of Green Willow

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS An Oxford Elegy

BRAHMS Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45

Mary Bevan soprano
David Stout baritone
Rowan Atkinson narrator
The Choir of The Queen's College

Owen Rees conductor

This concert on the 100th anniversary of the armistice which ended the Great War brings together German and English music, the centrepiece being Brahms’ magisterial German Requiem. Vaughan Williams’ An Oxford Elegy received its public premiere at The Queen’s College in 1952; its melancholy nostalgia is appropriate to the theme of a world destroyed by the Great War. George Butterworth died at the Battle of The Somme and his orchestral idyll, The Banks of Green Willow has become associated with the sacrifice of his generation. Narrated by Rowan Atkinson and with star soloists Mary Bevan and David Stout this concert will be a moving tribute on Remembrance Day.

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Oxford Lieder Festival: Lobo Requiem
Oct
27
4:30 PM16:30

Oxford Lieder Festival: Lobo Requiem

  • Chapel of The Queen's College, High Steet, Oxford, OX1 4AW (map)
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Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees

Portuguese composer Duarte Lobo was one of the most significant renaissance choral composers, and his Requiem is a masterpiece that was also a hugely popular work in antiquarian circles in England and France well into the nineteenth century.

Tickets £15/£5

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The Divine Office - Choral Music in Oxford: Taverner - Missa Gloria tibi trinitas
Sep
26
4:00 PM16:00

The Divine Office - Choral Music in Oxford: Taverner - Missa Gloria tibi trinitas

Contrapunctus
Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees, director

The programme is dedicated to one of the greatest of English composers, and the first organist of Christ Church College (then Cardinal College), John Taverner (c. 1490–1545). Works include Leroy Kyrie, Audivi vocem de caelo and the magnificent Mass setting, Missa Gloria tibi trinitas.

This concert is organised by Martin Randall Travel as part of The Divine Office Festival. Click here for further details.

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The Divine Office - Choral Music in Oxford: Taverner - Missa Gloria tibi trinitas
Sep
26
11:15 AM11:15

The Divine Office - Choral Music in Oxford: Taverner - Missa Gloria tibi trinitas

Contrapunctus
Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees, director

The programme is dedicated to one of the greatest of English composers, and the first organist of Christ Church College (then Cardinal College), John Taverner (c. 1490–1545). Works include Leroy Kyrie, Audivi vocem de caelo and the magnificent Mass setting, Missa Gloria tibi trinitas.

This concert is organised by Martin Randall Travel as part of The Divine Office Festival. Click here for further details.

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Taverner: Missa Gloria tibi trinitas
Jun
8
7:30 PM19:30

Taverner: Missa Gloria tibi trinitas

  • Chapel of The Queen's College, High Steet, Oxford, OX1 4AW (map)
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Contrapunctus
Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees

Taverner’s Missa Gloria tibi trinitas is one of the great glories of Tudor music, and Taverner gave it pride of place in the manuscript preserving the repertory from his time as the first Choirmaster at the new Cardinal College (now Christ Church) in Oxford. The drama of this music comes from the striking alternation of sections scored for the full six-voice choir and intricate solo sections. Our concert reveals how this dramatic aspect might have sounded in original performances by the largest Tudor church choirs: we achieve this by combining the forces of Owen Rees’s two ensembles: Contrapunctus (singing the solo sections) and the Choir of The Queen’s College, to provide combined forces of some 40 singers, matching the Tudor Chapel Royal. Other works in the programme include Taverner’s supremely beautiful Leroy Kyrie and Audivi vocem de caelo.

Your tickets will be emailed to you shortly after checkout. You are welcome to either print these out and bring them with you or to display them on a mobile device. Please email choir@queens.ox.ac.uk with any queries relating to the event or to the booking process.

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Beethoven Symphony No.9 in D Minor, 'Choral'
Jun
7
8:00 PM20:00

Beethoven Symphony No.9 in D Minor, 'Choral'

  • Sheldonian Theatre, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AZ (map)
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Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Arcadian Singers
Consortium Novum
Matthew Reese, director

Mendelssohn: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage
Galvani: Unearthed (2017)
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, 'Choral'

All profits go to support homelessness relief in Oxford, in association with Crisis Skylight Oxford. For questions regarding charity contributions please contact Matthew Reese or Lucy Holton, Crisis Regional Fundraising Executive – Oxfordshire.

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Loss & Lamentation
May
19
7:30 PM19:30

Loss & Lamentation

  • St Pancras Parish Church, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BA (map)
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London Festival of Contemporary Church Music
Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford
Owen Rees

Gala Concert with music by David Bednall, Cecilia McDowall, Herbert Howells and John Tavener.

This programme explores composers’ responses to loss and the need for remembrance: remembrance of World War I as well as the marking of personal loss in texts dating back to Biblical times.

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