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24th September 2022
8.00pm, St Barnabas Cathedral, North Circus Street, Nottingham NG1 5AE
Rachel Parkes soprano, Emily Hodkinson alto, Tristan Moore tenor, Matthew Jordan bass, Helen Tonge violin, Angela Kay conductor
Bach Violin Concerto No 1 in A minor BWV 1041
Bach Motet ‘Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied’ BWV 225
Music for Everyone’s specialist chamber choir invites you to this intimate performance of Mozart’s famous Requiem, on of the most exquisite and emotionally engaging classics of the choral repertoire. It is complemented by a sunny Bach violin concerto and his choral motet ‘Singet’, celebrating the sheer joy of music.
Come and experience the beauty and drama of Mozart’s extraordinary Requiem in the glorious acoustic of St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham. Be uplifted by the loveliness of Bach’s Violin Concerto in A minor, distilled in the solo playing of Helen Tonge, and the richness and exuberance of Bach’s double-choir motet, Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied.
What better pairing can there be than Bach and Mozart – two musical giants who transcend their own time to move and excite us today.
In advance – Full £10, Concession £9, Child/Student £5
On the door – Full £12, Concession £11, Child/Student £6
Available via the Book Tickets button above, or from the MfE Box Office, 10 Goose Gate, Hockley, Nottingham NG1 1FF. Tel. 0115 9589312 (Mon – Fri, 10am – 5pm) and on the door.
NB There will be a very short interval during this concert. Regrettably, refreshments will not be available.
The sumptuous Gothic interior of St Barnabas Cathedral, the work of Augustus Pugin, one of the architects of the Houses of Parliament, is a hidden gem in the heart of the city.
The Cathedral is easy to find – located on the corner of Derby Road and North Circus Street, facing Nottingham’s Albert Hall. The Cathedral is approx. 5 mins away from the Theatre Royal tram stop, there is a bus stop outside the front door plus plenty of on-street parking and car parks close by.