Programme

THURSDAY 21 JULY

11am  Church Music Society Lecture
St John's Chapel
The Church Music of Charles Wood
The Dichotomy of Antiquarian versus Romantic
Lecturer: Professor Jeremy Dibble
Free admission

1.30pm  Concert - Hear my Words
The combined boy choristers and lay clerks
Parry                        Hear my words, ye people
Andrea Gabrieli         Magnificat a 12
J.S. Bach                  Meine Seele erhebt den Herren, BWV 733
J.S. Bach                  Ich lasse dich nicht, BWV 159
Gesualdo/Stravinsky  Tres sacrae cantiones
Eben                        Moto Ostinato from 'Musica Dominicalis'
Walton                     The Twelve
Tickets                     £17 centre nave      £13 side aisles (restricted view)

3.15pm  Songs and Sonnets: Shakespeare and Friends
Pallant House Gallery
Mark Wilde tenor
David Owen-Norris piano
Parry                       Four Sonnets of Shakespeare
Sterndale Bennett     from Six Songs, Op.23 and Op.35
Battison Haynes        Elizabethan Lyrics
Tickets                    £15 unreserved (includes admission to Gallery)

5.45pm  Choral Evensong (recorded by BBC Radio 3 for future broadcast)
The girl choristers of Salisbury and Winchester and the combined lay clerks
Responses               Rose
Reger                     Nachtlied
Wood                     Collegium Regale
S. Wesley               In exitu Israel
Vierne                   Allegro maestoso from Symphony III

8pm  Organ Recital - David Goode
Dupré                    Variations sur un Noël, Op.20
J.S. Bach                Sonata No.2, BWV 530
Mathias                  Partita, Op.19
Duruflé                   Scherzo, Op.2
Reger                     Choral-Fantasy on Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
Tickets                   £13 unreserved (Large TV screen in nave)

9.30pm  Fringe Jazz Club
The Old Kitchen, Bishop's Palace
Lucy Cronin voice
Sam James piano
Jazz for all tastes, excellent food and drink, and a relaxing and convivial atmosphere. The Fringe Jazz Club is the perfect way to round off you day at the Festival.
Tickets                 £5.50 (admission only)    £12.75 (admission and barbecue)

FRIDAY 22 JULY

10am  Mattins
The boy choristers and lay vicars of Salisbury Cathedral
Responses              Radcliffe
Sumsion                 Te Deum in G
Howells                  Collegium Regale (Jubilate)
Wesley                   Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace

2.30pm  Songs and Sonnets: Shakespeare and Friends
Pallant House Gallery
Mark Wilde tenor
David Owen-Norris piano
Parry                       Four Sonnets of Shakespeare
Sterndale Bennett     from Six Songs, Op.23 and Op.35
Battison Haynes        Elizabethan Lyrics
Tickets                    £15 unreserved (includes admission to Gallery)

5pm  Evensong
The boy choristers and lay clerks of Winchester Cathedral
Responses               Smith
Murrill in E
Jo Twist                  How shall we sing in a strange land

7pm  Concert - Angel Voices
Music for choir, tenor and harp
The girl choristers of Salisbury and Winchester and the combined lay clerks
Mark Wilde tenor
Lucy Wakeford harp
Wood                      Hail! Gladdening light
Gowers                    Viri Galilei
Messiaen                  Transports de joie
Howells                    Sequence for St Michael
Britten                     Canticle 5
Grieg                       Ave Maris stella
Rachmaninov            Bogoroditse Djevo
Ned Bigham              Music to hear (SCF 2016 Commission)
Janácek                   Otce nas
Tickets                    £21 centre nave       £15 side aisles (restricted view)

8.15pm  Fringe Jazz Club
The Old Kitchen, Bishop's Palace
Lucy Cronin voice
Sam James piano
Jazz for all tastes, excellent food and drink, and a relaxing and convivial atmosphere. The Fringe Jazz Club is the perfect way to round off you day at the Festival.
Tickets                 £5.50 (admission only)    £12.75 (admission and barbecue)

SATURDAY 23 JULY

11am  Festival Eucharist
The combined boy choristers and lay clerks
Kodály                  Missa brevis
Sharpe                 Venite commedite
Preacher: The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster

2.45pm  Brighton Festival Youth Choir
St Paul's Church
James Bingham conductor
Among the country's leading youth choirs, BFYC performs an exciting programme including works by Lauridsen and Franck.
Tickets                  £10 unreserved

6pm  Concert - Touches of Sweet Harmony
The combined boy choristers and lay clerks
Southern Sinfonia
Bozidar Smiljanic bass baritone
Vaughan Williams     Serenade to Music
Vaughan Williams     Five Mystical Songs
Dvorak                    Mass in D
Tickets                  £25 centre nave  £18 side aisles (restricted view)
                            £12 south transept