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SUMMER OPEN-AIR CONCERT BY THE CAIUS COLLEGE CHOIR, CAMBRIDGE AT PALAZZO FALSON ON TUESDAY 19TH JULY AT 19.30 HRS
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Above: The Caius College Choir, Cambridge


Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum invites the general public to a summer open-air concert by the Caius College Choir, Cambridge on Tuesday 19th July at 19.30 hrs

Caius College Choir, Cambridge, is one of the UK’s leading collegiate choirs.  The twenty-three singers and two organ scholars, under the direction of Geoffrey Webber, perform a wide range of sacred and secular choral music ranging from the fourteenth century to the present day. Alongside familiar repertoire from the Anglican choral tradition and beyond, the choir performs much new music and has developed a niche for reviving neglected repertoires.  The choir sings Chapel services during the University term and has a busy schedule of additional activities including concerts, recordings and broadcasts, as well as travelling extensively abroad.  Live radio broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and 4 also form a regular feature of the choir’s schedule, as do the series of highly acclaimed CDs that the choir has recorded.


Concert Programme

Ascendit Deus                                                                          Peter Philips

O how amiable are thy dwellings                                                  Thomas Weelkes

Cruda Amarilli                                                                          Claudio Monteverdi

Si ch’io vorrei morire                                                                 Claudio Monteverdi

Five Negro Spirituals                                                                 Michael Tippett

i)                    Steal away

ii)                   Nobody knows

iii)                 Go down, Moses

iv)                 By and by

v)                  Deep river

Flower Duet from Lakmé, arr. Webber                                        Léo Delibes

Down in Yon Summer Vale                                                         Charles Wood

Time                                                                                     Charles Wood

Haymakers, rakers, reapers and mowers                                       Charles Wood

 

The concert which will be held at Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, Villegaignon Street, Mdina, is free of charge and will last around 45 minutes. Space will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and patrons are advised that seating will not be provided as this will be a stand-up courtyard concert.

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