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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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