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N E W S  &  E V E N T S​

Saturday 16 March

7.30 pm

St Peter's's Church

Stockbridge SO20 6HE

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Fauré Requiem &

Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

John Cuthbert conductor

Rob Taylor piano

Andrew Post organ

Sesioludanto String Quartet

This March, Salisbury Chamber Chorus is returning to one of the most enduring ... see more

Tickets £15 from stockbridgemusic.uk,

or on the door, under-18s free

What our audience says...

After our most recent concert in December, A Christmas Extravagance, we received a lot of very kind comments from our audience:

 

A wonderful concert  ...  Goosebumps!  ...  Spine-tingling start  ...  You are such a good choir  ...  What a fantastic range  ...  Excellent!

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Saturday 23 March 

7.30 pm

St Mary and St Nicholas' Church

Wilton SP2 0DL

Fauré Requiem 2024 image square.jpg

Fauré Requiem &

Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

Simon McEnery conductor

John Cuthbert piano

Andrew Post organ

Sesioludanto String Quartet

This March, Salisbury Chamber Chorus is returning to one of the most enduring ... see more

Tickets £15 from ticketsource.co.uk,

or on the door, under-18s free

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Fauré Requiem 2024 image square.jpg

Fauré Requiem &

Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

John Cuthbert director

Rob Taylor piano

Andrew Post organ

Sesioludanto String Quartet

Saturday 16 March, 7.30 pm

St Peter's Church

Stockbridge SO20 6HE

Tickets £15 from stockbridgemusic.uk, or on the door (under-18s free)

This March, Salisbury Chamber Chorus is returning to one of the most enduring favourites in the choral repertoire, Fauré’s Requiem. Its perfect mixture of French Romanticism, the sacred musical tradition, and Fauré’s sense of classical finesse, not to mention his ability to craft a beautiful melodic line, have made it the popular piece it is. And of course it includes two of Fauré’s most famous movements, the Pie Jesu, and the ethereal In Paradisum.

 

Alongside the Fauré, the Chorus will be performing Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, a short

choral work that is dramatic and expressive, sharing a classical sensibility with the Fauré with its

echoes of Bach and Mozart through a twentieth-century filter.

We’re being joined by a string quartet, along with piano and organ, and are back at two favourite venues, Wilton’s beautiful church, and first up, picturesque Stockbridge, in association with Stockbridge Music. The first concert will be conducted by John Cuthbert.

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Fauré Requiem 2024 image square.jpg

Fauré Requiem &

Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

Simon McEnery director

John Cuthbert piano

Andrew Post organ

Sesioludanto String Quartet

Saturday 23 March, 7.30 pm

St Mary and St Nicholas; Church

Wilton SP2 0DL

Tickets £15 from ticketsource.co.uk, or on the door (under-18s free)

This March, Salisbury Chamber Chorus is returning to one of the most enduring favourites in the choral repertoire, Fauré’s Requiem. Its perfect mixture of French Romanticism, the sacred musical tradition, and Fauré’s sense of classical finesse, not to mention his ability to craft a beautiful melodic line, have made it the popular piece it is. And of course it includes two of Fauré’s most famous movements, the Pie Jesu, and the ethereal In Paradisum.

 

Alongside the Fauré, the Chorus will be performing Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, a short

choral work that is dramatic and expressive, sharing a classical sensibility with the Fauré with its

echoes of Bach and Mozart through a twentieth-century filter.

We’re being joined by a string quartet, along with piano and organ, and are back at two favourite venues, Stockbridge, and then this concert at Wilton’s beautiful church. The second concert will be conducted by Simon McEnery.

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