O God, I Love Thee: Music of Praise and Penitence
Presented in Woolsey Hall by
The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
Timothy Brown, Director of Music
James McVinnie, Organist
General admission tickets ($15; $5 students and seniors) are available at the door and in advance beginning August 29 at the Shubert Box Office by calling 203-562-5666 or online at www.shubert.com. (scroll to end of page)
The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, under the direction of Timothy Brown, will present a concert at Yale in Woolsey Hall on Saturday, September 24 at 8 pm. The program will include mostly British music spanning 5 centuries. Organist James McVinnie will perform Nico Muhly’s The Hudson Preludes on the Newberry Organ. The performance is sponsored by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music with Christ Church Episcopal.
The Choir of Clare College has toured extensively throughout Europe, the US, Russia, the Middle and Far East. It frequently performs in Britains major concert halls with many of the UK’s leading orchestras, and regularly contributes to the Choral Evensong broadcasts on BBC Radio 3. Outstanding successes in recent seasons have also included highly acclaimed performances at many major European music festivals, including the Munich Opera Festival and the Salzburg Festival. The choir regularly commissions new music and has had works written for it by Christopher Brown, Andrew Carter, Herbert Howells, Nico Muhly, Julian Phillips, Tarik O’Regan, John Rutter and Giles Swayne. It has an extensive discography; its recording of John Rutter’s Requiem on Naxos was an Editor’s Choice in the May 2003 edition of The Gramophone magazine, and gave Naxos its first number one in the classical charts, and in 2005 was nominated for a Classical BRIT Award. The Choir’s most recent recording, of John Stainer’s The Crucifixion, was released on Naxos in May 2005.
General admission tickets ($15; $5 students and seniors) are available at the door and in advance beginning August 29 at the Shubert Box Office by calling 203-562-5666 or online at www.shubert.com.
On Sunday, September 25, the choir will be joined by the Yale Schola Cantorum in an informal performance of Thomas Tallis’s 40-part motet Spem in alium at 3:45 pm at Christ Church Episcopal, 84 Broadway at Elm. A public workshop precedes the performance at 1:45. Admission is free.
Presented with Christ Church Episcopal.