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The King's Singers

Ensemble
Patrick Dunachie, countertenor / Timothy Wayne-Wright, countertenor
Julian Gregory, tenor
Christopher Bruerton, baritone / Christopher Gabbitas, baritone
Jonathan Howard, bass

Programme and performers announced for Intermusica Charity Concert!

There’s now less than a week to go before Intermusica’s Charity Concert in aid of Pelican Cancer Foundation, and we’re delighted to announce our full programme and performers.


From the Renaissance strains of Monteverdi to the luscious sonorities of Elgar, this programme will showcase the unique talents of the Intermusica staff team, along with guest appearances from our esteemed artists.


Highlights include a piece composed by Intermusica’s Head of International Touring, Peter Ansell, as well as a performance of the late Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ unforgettable Farewell to Stromness by Intermusica Managing Director, Stephen Lumsden. The evening will culminate in Brahms’ stunning Geistliches Lied, originally written for choir and organ, and heard here in a special arrangement for string orchestra and choir by Sir John Eliot Gardiner.


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Tuesday 26 September 2017
7 – 8.15pm, followed by post-concert drinks
St James’ Church, Islington


Stanford Beati Quorum Via
Crystal Wharf Singers* (Intermusica choir)


de Visée & Monteverdi Selected songs
Julian Gregory (The King's Singers**), tenor / Peter Martin*, theorbo


Maxwell Davies Farewell to Stromness
Stephen Lumsden*, piano


Mozart ‘Deh vieni alla finestra’, Don Giovanni
Jacques Imbrailo**, baritone / Roger Vignoles**, piano


Elgar Chanson de Matin, Op.15 (arr. Shaw)
Rachel Walters*, piano / Katherine Walters, piano
Piano Duet – TBA
Martin James Bartlett**, piano / Roger Vignoles**, piano


Peter Ansell* Summer Night
Susanna Hurrell**, soprano / Roger Vignoles**, piano


Elgar Serenade for Strings, Op.20
Crystal Wharf Sinfonietta * (Intermusica string orchestra)


Brahms Geistliches Lied, Op.30 (arr. John Eliot Gardiner**)
Crystal Wharf Singers / Crystal Wharf Sinfonietta

* Intermusica staff / ** Intermusica artists


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> Fancy getting to know the pieces? Listen to our playlist here
> Follow our preparations on Twitter & Instagram: search for #IntermusicaPerforms
> How to get to the venue


We are thrilled to be joined by a number of representatives from Pelican Cancer Foundation, including CEO Sarah Crane and Head of Community Fundraising, Tim Lockwood, who will tell us more about Pelican and the positive impact of fundraising initiatives such as these.


This concert has been reported in the Islington Gazette and Classical Music magazine, and has received support from the Association of British Orchestras.

Tickets can be purchased online here for a suggested donation of £10 or minimum donation of £5, or on the door (cash only). For those who cannot attend but would still like to make a donation, please visit Pelican's website here and type 'Intermusica' in the text box within the form; this will ensure that your donation is credited to our campaign.


We very much hope you will support Intermusica and Pelican by coming along on the 26th – we look forward to seeing you for a drink afterwards!

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Intermusica represents The King's Singers worldwide from 2019 onwards. Please contact Music Productions Ltd for enquiries regarding 2018.

Stephen Lumsden
Managing Director
+44 20 7608 9911

Kate Caro
Associate Director, imagine
+44 20 7608 9932
kcaro@intermusica.co.uk

Sana Khan
Artist & Project Manager, imagine
+44 20 7608 9923
skhan@intermusica.co.uk

If you have any queries, please fill in the form below, and we will be in touch soon

All artists

Clarinet

Mark Simpson

Chansonnier

HK Gruber

Counter-tenor

Rupert Enticknap

Tim Mead

Piano accompanist

Roger Vignoles