Opus Anglicanum will perform their latest commission, a setting of Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Lynne Plowman, narrated by Zeb Soanes. It will be partnered with another original Opus commission on a seafaring theme, Sally Beamish's haunting Sea Psalm.
Zeb will talk about his work as a broadcaster and concert performer the evening before his performance of The Great and Mighty Sea with Opus Anglicanum at the Three Choirs Festival.
Opus Anglicanum will perform their latest commmisson at the Three Choirs Festival, a setting of Coleridge's famous The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Lynne Plowman. It will be partnered with Sally Beamish's haunting Sea Psalm.
In a special concert for Remembrance The Lacock Scholars will preview a major new project pairing Duarte Lobo's magnificent six-voice requiem mass with World War One poetry and the haunting music of Peter Cornelius, a little-known and overlooked 19th century German composer.
One of Opus Anglicanum's most popular annual concerts: thoughtful texts interweaved with mediaeval carols and plainchant in the magical candlelit quire of Wells Cathedral. Early booking advised.
Festive readings from Dickens, Saki, Joyce Grenfel, John Masefield with carols and music hall songs to conjure the excitement of Christmas through the ages.