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Thursday 24 May, 7.00pm
Westminster Abbey

Sophie Daneman
Thomas Hobbs
The Choir of Westminster Abbey
St. James's Baroque
James O'Donnell

soprano
tenor


conductor

From Harmony, from Heav'nly Harmony

Sophie Daneman
Choir of Westminster Abbey

Bach
Handel
Handel

Singet dem Herrn
Silete Venti
Ode for St Cecilia's Day

The annual visit to Westminster Abbey, scene of many great national events, sees the building's famous choir join St. James's Baroque in one of Bach's most joyous choral motets and in a richly varied and colourful St. Cecilia's Day ode that harnesses the talents of two giants of English literature and music: Dryden and Handel. In between, Sophie Daneman sings Handel's delectable solo motet, Silete venti.

'This is cathedral choral singing at its finest and most inspiring.'  
The Daily Telegraph

Tickets £40*, £30, £25, £18, £15, £10 (no view)
*(very limited availability)

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