Apollo5 - Where All Roses Go

Apollo5
  • Saturday 25 June
    7.30 – 9.30pm
Ticket typeCost
Standard£20
Young person under 17£5

An evening of a capella singing featuring works from the 16th century to the present day: An event in the Bradfield Festival of Music 2022.

The international award-winning British a capella ensemble are known for their wide repertoire from renaissance, classical and contemporary choral music to folk, jazz and pop. They have recently been included in Gramophone magazine’s favourite albums of 2021 with their new album ‘A Deep but Dazzling Darkness’: a collection that invites you to ‘coorie doon’ and enjoy music of comfort and joy.

WHERE ALL ROSES GO

The title of the programme refers to that most potent symbol of love and its transience: the rose. Apollo5 explores this idea through a varied collection of repertoire spanning 500 years and several musical styles. The release includes works by composers as broad-ranging as Francisco Guerrero, Eric Whitacre, William Byrd and Michael McGlynn. The programme also features arrangements written especially for Apollo5 and several new commissions from contemporary composers such as Paul Smith, Toby Young and Taylor Davis. Apollo5 unites this diverse collection of choral music, from some of the earliest known polyphonic writing through to the world of pop, in an energetic exploration of the joy and despair of human love.

Programme

  • William Byrd: Vigilate
  • Emily Dickens: Ave Maris Stella
  • William Byrd: Civitas Sancti Tui
  • Francisco Guerrero: O Virgen
  • Francis Poulenc: Salve Regina
  • Claude Debussy: Dieu! Qu’il La Fait Bon Regarder!
  • Emily Dickens: Ave Maris Stella II
  • Francisco Guerrero: Virgen Sancta
  • Thomas Tallis: Psalm 2, the Third of Nine Tunes for Archbishop Parker’s Psalter
  • Paul Smith: Lost Innocence
  • Eric Whitacre: This Marriage
  • Gerald Finzi: Haste on, My joys!
  • Taylor Scott Davis: Music, When soft Voices Die
  • Fraser Wilson: My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose
  • Traditional Irish: The Last Rose of Summer
  • Michael McGlynn: Where All Roses Go
  • Elton John: Your Song
  • Jerome Kern & Dorothy Fields: The Way You Look Tonight
  • Vince Clark: Only You
  • Toby Young: Hold Your Breath
  • Marta Keen: Homeward Bound

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