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Musick's Praier: The Glory of English Choral Music

Location: Ohio, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Voicing: Mixed

Musick’s Praier: The Glory of English Choral Music

TIMOTHY BROWN, GUEST CONDUCTOR — Saturday, October 29, 2011, at 7:30 pm

Quire Cleveland celebrates the glorious tradition of English choral music with guest conductor Tim Brown of Clare College, Cambridge. From Renaissance masters like William Byrd to the romantic Ralph Vaughan Williams to contemporary composer Giles Swayne, the sonorities are exquisite and inspiring.

Renowned as a choral conductor, Timothy Brown served 30 years as director of the Clare College Choir of Cambridge University. He earned international acclaim through concert tours around the world and a discography of more than 50 recordings. Come hear his Cleveland début as guest director of Quire Cleveland, when Maestro Brown shares his expertise and artistry in a program that celebrates the great English choral tradition, from Renaissance masters to those still thriving today.

The program features works by the early Renaissance composers John Tavernerand Thomas Tallis, their successors William Byrd and Henry Purcell, Romantic favorites like Charles Villiers Stanford, and more recent masters like Ralph Vaughan WilliamsLennox Berkeley, and Giles Swayne (b.1946). The range of harmonies is sure to provide drama and interest, with appeal to one and all!

Saturday, October 29, 2011, at 7:30 pm
Trinity Cathedral
2230 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH

TICKETS: $20 adult; $10 senior (65+); $7 student (full-time). Free parking at Trinity Commons; nearby parking also available at Cleveland State University Lot SG (free with parking ticketed validated at Trinity).

Sunday, October 30, 2011, at 3:00 pm

Church of the Resurrection

32001 Cannon Rd

Solon OH 44139
 
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