In partnership with SJE Arts
The Music of Rome
ORA Singers presents a programme inspired by Rome’s rich catalogue of Renaissance composers, from Palestrina to Ingegneri, Marenzio to Porta. The programme is bookended by two choral classics: the iconic Allegri Miserere and the modern masterpiece that is MacMillan’s setting of the same text. Renaissance works sit side by side with stunning modern reflections and text settings. The evening also includes two pieces commissioned specially by ORA: a new setting of the Lord’s Prayer by American composer Julia Adolphe and a reflection on Anerio’s Christus Factus Est by former New College chorister and current Professor of Composition at the Royal Academy of Music, Edmund Finnis.
Gregorio Allegri: Miserere
Cheryl Frances Hoad: Gaude Et Laetare
Marco Antonio Ingegneri: O Bone Jesu
Giovanni da Palestrina: Improperium
Edmund Finnis: Reflection on Improperium by Palestrina
Costanzo Porta: Pater Noster
Julia Adolphe: Pater Noster
Felice Anerio: Stabat Mater a 12
Gregorio Allegri: Christus Resurgens Ex Mortuis
James MacMillan: Data est mihi omnis potestas
Giovanni da Palestrina: Terra tremuit
Janet Wheeler: Terra tremuit
Luca Marenzio: Jubilate Deo omnis terra
Giovanni Animuccia: Alma Redemptoris
Roxanna Panufnik: Alma Redemptoris
James MacMillan: Miserere
Felice Anerio: Christus Factus Est
Enjoy 10% off all tickets for Elizabeth Kenny, Mahan Esfahani & Sean Shibe and ORA singers if you book for any two of the concerts,or a whopping 20% off all tickets if you book for all three concerts!
Tickets must be booked in one transaction, discount valid only on tickets to these three events.