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2019 Student Season Ticket
Open to students under 25 years with valid ID, the option to buy tickets for all three concerts in one go and get a discount.
At our Dore Abbey concert, there are 3 different ticket types. Please select the ticket type required along with the number of tickets.
March 23rd – The Hexad Singers
5pm St Michael’s Church, Michaelchurch Escley
“My Love She Mourneth: From Despair To Joy”
with music by Byrd, Cornysh, Debussy, Poulenc and Stanford
A programme showcasing gems from the English Renaissance for men’s voices contrasted with 20th and 21st century works. This includes compositions by four living composers and the premiere of a work written specially for the occasion.
The expansive and richly textured motets of William Byrd form the backbone of the programme which traces a typically Lenten theme: darkness to light, despair to joy. Works in English from the likes of Matthew Martin and Charles Villiers Stanford, alongside the impressionistic French composers Claude Debussy and Francis Poulenc, explore the wide-ranging ways of writing for this combination of voices, often considered solely an early music group.
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July 6th – 25th Anniversary Concert
7pm Dore Abbey, Abbeydore
An Evening for Choir and Cello with music by Bach, Haydn and Tavener
Featuring one of the UK’s leading chamber choirs, The Elysian Singers, together with their conductor Sam Laughton. In addition, making a welcome return will be internationally acclaimed cellist Amy Norrington, and the popular Craswall Consort.
October 12th: Box&Fir with Rogers Covey-Crump
5pm St Mary’s Church, Craswall
The Maiden & the Thief
Popular Spanish music from Street & Stage
In an enchanting programme specially researched by Ian Gammie, renowned tenor Rogers Covey-Crump, formerly of the Hilliard Ensemble, explores the age-old themes of love, joy and sadness in songs accompanied by early instruments.