Saturday 23 Jun 2018

Choir 2000 & the Sampson Orchestra

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Choir 2000 & the Sampson Orchestra
£15 - £18 Book Now
choir-2000

Le Laudi (1924) by the Swiss composer Hermann Suter, is based on the ‘Canticle of the Sun’ by St Francis of Assisi. The work was a triumph on the continent, with over 80 performances, yet this glorious oratorio unfortunately never made it to Britain. In June 2009, Choir 2000 gave it its first UK performance in Cambridge to great acclaim.

Choir 2000 are delighted to perform Le Laudi again and look forward to presenting this exciting work at Saffron Hall.

To book a wheelchair space or if you have any access requirements please phone the Box Office or email us at info@saffronhall.com

Presented by Choir 2000

There are no upcoming performances.
Peter Britton conductor
Tim Carney conductor
Amy Moore soprano
Louise Crane mezzo-soprano
Justin Lavender tenor
Benjamin Davies bass
Choir 2000
Members of the Hawaii Vocal Masterworks Choir
Chesterton Singers Junior Choir
The Sampson Orchestra Cambridge

Brahms Song of Destiny

Brahms St Anthony Variations

Introductory talk to Le Laudi by Prof. Timothy Carney

Suter Le Laudi