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Stephen Cleobury will be directing the King's College Choir of Cambridge at Cadogan Hall.
They will be performing some classical works inspired by Lent and Holy Week.
Palestrina -- Stabat Mater; Tallis -- Lamentations of Jeremiah I & II; Poulenc -- Lenten motets; Lassus -- Stabat Mater; Brahms -- Warum ist das Licht gegeben, Schaffe in mir Gott
Stephen Cleobury has been Director of Music for the King’s College Choir, Cambridge, for thirty-five years. He has also held the post of Chief Conductor and Conductor Laureate for the BBC Singers.
The King’s College Choir Cambridge was founded in the 15th-century to sing daily services in the King’s College Chapel, but has achieved a worldwide fame through its Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.
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Christmas Cracker concert, with the Royal Philharmonic – 16 Dec 2018 – The Christmas Cracker concert at Cadogan Hall is a festive favourite, full of seasonal songs and carols by the Royal Philharmonic.
Guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall – Every day – This guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall will take you inside one of the balcony boxes for a fantastic view of the auditorium.
Sunday organ recitals at St Paul’s Cathedral – Every Sun (apart from the last Sun of the month) – Every Sunday St Paul's Cathedral invites one of the world's finest organists to play on the Grand Organ for half-an-hour.
If you enjoy Cadogan Hall then you might like to visit Barbican Centre (catch the train from Sloane Square to Barbican Centre), Royal Albert Hall (walk it in 22 mins or catch the tube from Sloane Square to Royal Albert Hall), Royal Festival Hall (catch the train from Sloane Square to Royal Festival Hall), Royal Opera House (catch the train from Sloane Square to Royal Opera House) and Wigmore Hall (catch the train from Sloane Square to Wigmore Hall)
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