Tickets are still available for our Tercentenary Concert at St John’s Smith Square on Friday 2nd May.
Former Organ Scholar Nicholas Cleobury directs performances of Haydn‘s Nelson Mass and Handel‘s Dixit Dominus. The chorus made up of the current Mixed Choir and alumni members. Soloists are alumni members of the Worcester Chapel Choir who are now enjoying a professional singing career. The performance is accompanied by Charivari Agréable (“one of Oxford’s classiest baroque bands”).
The current Mixed Choir also perform contemporary works, celebrating Worcester College’s commitment to composition teaching, a rich heritage of Fellows of Music who are eminent composers, sparking many fine student composers who have gone on to enjoy professional careers. The choir performs the current Fellow of Music, Robert Saxton‘s setting of the John Donne poem At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners and joins with leading trumpeter Simon Desbruslais to perform the première of the college’s Tercentenary Commission: Benedicite by Deborah Pritchard.
Tickets are available from the St John’s Smith Square Box Office:
020 7222 1061
£20, £15, £10 (concessions 20% off)