Alexander Chance sings Vivaldi

Laidlaw Music Centre University of St Andrews, Queen's Terrace, St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom

Dunedin Consort are joined by rising star Alexander Chance to give a taste of the musical talents that flocked to Vienna and its wealth of opportunities in the first half of the 18th Century. Zelenka’s inventive harmony, Tůma’s gallant simplicity and Vivaldi’s compelling combination of directness and beauty demand virtuosity from all on stage in […]

Alexander Chance sings Vivaldi

Crichton Collegiate Church Crichton, Crichton, Midlothian, United Kingdom

Dunedin Consort are joined by rising star Alexander Chance to give a taste of the musical talents that flocked to Vienna and its wealth of opportunities in the first half of the 18th Century. Zelenka’s inventive harmony, Tůma’s gallant simplicity and Vivaldi’s compelling combination of directness and beauty demand virtuosity from all on stage in […]

Carolyn Sampson sings Bach

St Giles Cathedral High St, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Star soprano Carolyn Sampson sings ‘Jauchzet Gott’ which boasts a virtuoso trumpet obbligato and is one of the most purely joyous of all his works. She also performs ‘Golden’ by the Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock who died tragically young. John Butt plays one of Handel’s organ concerti, matched with one of his masterful Op.6 Concerto […]

Carolyn Sampson sings Bach

St Aloysius' Church 25 Rose St, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Star soprano Carolyn Sampson sings ‘Jauchzet Gott’ which boasts a virtuoso trumpet obbligato and is one of the most purely joyous of all Bach's works. She also performs ‘Golden’ by the Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock who died tragically young. John Butt plays one of Handel’s organ concerti, matched with one of his masterful Op.6 Concerto […]

Carolyn Sampson sings Bach

Perth Concert Hall Mill Street, Perth, United Kingdom

Star soprano Carolyn Sampson sings ‘Jauchzet Gott’ which boasts a virtuoso trumpet obbligato and is one of the most purely joyous of all Bach's works. She also performs ‘Golden’ by the Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock who died tragically young. John Butt plays one of Handel’s organ concerti, matched with one of his masterful Op.6 Concerto […]

Since it was the Day with Hebrides Ensemble

Kings Place 90 York Way, London, United Kingdom

Two of Scotland’s award-winning ensembles come together to present James MacMillan’s extraordinary setting – by turns intimate and dramatic – of the Resurrection story. Featuring the towering bass-baritone of Matthew Brook, Since it was the day of Preparation... uses chamber forces to make a hugely powerful impact. £8.50 - £45

Since it was the Day

St Johns Church 92 Glaisnock Street, Cumnock, United Kingdom

Two of Scotland’s award-winning ensembles come together to present James MacMillan’s extraordinary setting – by turns intimate and dramatic – of the Resurrection story. Featuring the towering bass-baritone of Matthew Brook, Since it was the day of Preparation... uses chamber forces to make a hugely powerful impact. Matthew Brook Jesus Singers from Dunedin Consort Hebrides […]

Since it was the day with Hebrides Ensemble

New Auditorium, Royal Concert Hall 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Two of Scotland’s award-winning ensembles come together to present James MacMillan’s extraordinary setting – by turns intimate and dramatic – of the Resurrection story. Featuring the towering bass-baritone of Matthew Brook, Since it was the day of Preparation... uses chamber forces to make a hugely powerful impact. Tickets: £6 - £25

Hail! Bright Cecilia

Greyfriars Kirk Greyfriars Place, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Dunedin Consort & Royal Academy of Music side-by-side Members of Dunedin Consort and students from the Royal Academy of Music Baroque Soloists join forces for Purcell’s Hail! Bright Cecilia, written in 1692 in honour of St Cecilia, patron saint of musicians. Preceding this famous ode is Sir John Clerk of Penicuik’s cantata, Leo Scotiae irritatus […]

Hail! Bright Cecilia

Royal Academy of Music Marylebone Road, London, United Kingdom

Dunedin Consort & Royal Academy of Music side-by-side Members of Dunedin Consort and students from the Royal Academy of Music Baroque Soloists join forces for Purcell’s Hail! Bright Cecilia, written in 1692 in honour of St Cecilia, patron saint of musicians. Preceding this famous ode is Sir John Clerk of Penicuik’s cantata, Leo Scotiae irritatus […]