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2003

  • Weekend of 18-19 Oct: Residential visit Earby, Sunday evensong Skipton Parish Church (Sunday, 6pm)
    • Tippett: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
    • Vaughan Williams: Lord thou hast been our refuge
    • Rose: Responses
  • Monday 20 Oct: York Minster evensong (5pm)
    • Tippett: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
    • Vaughan Williams: Lord thou hast been our refuge
    • Rose: Responses
  • Friday 7 Nov: lunchtime concert, Great Hall
    • Trad.: Now I walk in beauty
    • Stanford: Beati quorum via
    • Tavener: The Lamb
    • Thompson: the Lord is my shepherd
    • Copland: Help us, O Lord
    • Thompson: Alleluia
    • Copland: The Promise of Living
  • Sunday 7 Dec: University Carol Service, Great Hall
    • Congregational carol: Veni emmanuel
    • Rutter: There is a flower
    • Vaughan Williams: This is the truth sent from above
    • Leighton: Coventry carol
    • Congregational carol: See amid the winter’s snow
    • Distler: Lo how a rose
    • Tavener: The lamb
    • Congregational carol: O little town of Bethlehem
    • Bach: O little one sweet
    • Pinkham: Gloria in excelsis deo (with brass)
    • Trad.: Silent Night
    • Cornelius: The Three Kings
    • Congregational carol: Hark! the Herald Angels Sing! 
      Congregational carol: O Come all ye faithful!

2004

    • Harvey: Come Holy Ghost
    • Holst: Nunc dimittis
    • Haydn: Little Organ Mass
  • Wednesday 14 April: Concert, Embassy of the Czech Republic in London
    • Dvorak: Four Choruses (op. 29)
    • Janacek: Ave Maria
    • Randall Thompson: Alleliua
    • Stanford: Beati Quiorum Via
    • Holst: Nunc dimitis
    • Copland: The Promise of Living
    • Blow: Service in G
    • Harvey: Come, Holy Ghost
    • Fielden: Responses
  • Sunday 25 April: University Centenary Festival Service, Leeds Parish Church, 4.30pm
    • Harvey: Come Holy Ghost
    • Wilby: Psalm 24
    • Brown: The Fear of the Lord
  • Sunday 30 May: Armley Church Organ Festival Mass
    • Graham Barber: Mass
    • Harvey: Come Holy Ghost
  • Thursday 3 June: Beverley and East Riding Early Music FestivalBeverley Minster, 7.30pm
    • Blow: Magnificat and Nunc Dimmitis in G
    • Smith: Responses
    • Croft: Oh Give Thanks
  • Thursday 8 – Sunday 11 July: Residential visit to Ely Cathedral (daily services)
    • Repertoire: combination of the above
  • Weekend of 16-17 Oct: Residential visit Earby; Sunday evensong Skipton Parish Church, 6.00pm
    • Service: Tomkins, Third (‘Great’) Service
    • Introit: Tomkins, I Heard a Voice
    • Anthem: Harris, Bring us, O Lord
    • Responses: Tomkins
  • Monday 18 Oct: Anatomy Service, Great Hall, 12.30pm
    • Harris: Bring us O Lord
  • Tuesday 26 Oct: Official Re-Opening of Emmanuel Church, University of Leeds Chaplaincy, 5.30pm
    • Harris: Bring us O Lord
    • Wilby: JubiliatePsalm 24
    • Bruckner: Locus Iste
    • Duruflé: Ubi Caritas
    • Tomkins: Magnificat (The Great Service)
  • Saturday 20 Nov: Concert, Halifax Parish Church, 7.30pm
    • Britten: Hymn to St Cecilia
  • Monday 22 Nov: St Cecilia’s Day concert, St Anne’s Cathedral, Leeds, 1.00pm
    • Britten: Hymn to St Cecilia
    • Tippett: Music
    • Daniel Purcell: St Cecilia’s Day Ode: ‘Begin and Strike the Harmonious Lyre
  • Sunday 5 Dec: University Carol Service, Parkinson Court, 4.00pm
    • Plainchant: Rorate coeli
    • Boris Ord: Adam lay y Bounden
    • Carol: It came upon a midnight clear
    • Trad. Spanish: Riu, riu, chiu
    • Gruber (arr. M. Brown): Silent night
    • Carol: Hark the herald angels sing
    • Carol: O come all ye faithful
    • Trad. (arr. D. Willcocks): Away in a manger
    • Carol: Hills of the north, rejoice
    • Britten: Hymn to the Virgin

2005

  • Sunday 30 Jan: Candlemas Service, Halifax Parish Church, 6.00pm

    • Byrd: Senex puerum portabat
    • Howells: Nunc dimittis
    • Wilby: Mass for St John’s
  • Monday 31 Jan: Tsunami Refection Service, Great Hall, University of Lseds, 1.00pm
    • Purcell: Thou knowest, Lord
    • Parry: There is an old belief
  • Saturday 9 – Wednesday 13 April: Visit to Prague, Czech Republic
    • Sunday 10 April, 11.00am: Mass at St Clement’s Church, Prague
    • Sunday 10 April, 7.00pm: Concert at Salvator Church, Prague
    • Monday 11 April, 7.00pm: Concert at Czech Museum of Music
      • Repertoire to include:
      • Britten, Hymn to St Cecilia
      • Tomkins, Magnificat (The Great Service)
      • Tomkins: I Heard a Voice
      • Harris, Bring us O Lord
      • Howells, Nunc Dimittis
      • Purcell: O, Lord God of Hosts
      • Brown: God’s Saints are Shining Lights (from Two Motets)
      • Wilby: Vox Dei
      • Victoria: Messa Vidi Speciosam
      • Parry: There is an old belief (Songs of Farewell)
      • Purcell: Remember not, Lord, our offences
  • Friday 6 May: Lunchtime Concert, School of Music, University of Leeds, 1.10pm
    • Britten: Hymn to St Cecilia
    • Wilby: Vox Dei
    • Purcell: O, Lord God of Hosts
    • Brown: ‘God’s Saints are Shining Lights’ (from Two Motets)
    • Wilby: Vox Dei
    • Howells, Nunc Dimittis
    • Sapiro: Chatzi Kaddish
    • Spencer: Diptyque
  • Sunday 5 June: Morning Eucharist, Leeds Parish Church, 10.00am
    • Wilby: Mass for St John’s
    • MacMillan: A New Song
    • Purcell: Remember no, Lord, our offences
  • Monday 13 June: Choral Evensong, York Minster, 5.00pm
    • Howells: St Paul’s Service
    • Stone: Lord’s Prayer
    • MacMillan: A New Song
  • Tuesday 21 – Sunday 26 June: International Choral Festival Universitas CantatPoznan, Poland
    • Repertoire to include:
    • Britten, Hymn to St Cecilia
    • Harris, Bring us O Lord
    • Wilby: Vox Dei
    • Purcell: O, Lord God of Hosts
    • Brown: ‘God’s Saints are Shining Lights’ (from Two Motets)
    • Wilby: Vox Dei
    • Howells, Nunc dimittis
    • Spencer: Diptyque
    • MacMillan: A New Song
    • Tomkins, Magnificat (The Great Service)
    • Tomkins: I Heard a Voice
    • Howells, Nunc dimittis
  • Tuesday 27 September: Open Rehearsal, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, 4.15pm
  • Thursday 6 Oct: Welcome service for new University Anglican Chaplain, Emmanuel Centre, 5.30pm
    • S. Wesley: Tu es sacerdos
    • J. Brown: God’s Saints are Shining Lights
  • Wednesday 19 Oct: Anatomy Service, Great Hall, 1.00pm
    • Stanford: Justorum animae
  • Weekend of 22-23 Oct: residential visit Scargill House, Kettlewell; Sunday evensong Holy Trinity Church, Skipton, 6.30pm
    • Service: S. Wesley in F
    • Introit: Brown, God’s Saints are Shining Lights
    • Lord’s Prayer: Sheppard
    • Anthem: Brown, The Dwelling Place
    • Responses: Morley
  • Monday 24 Oct: choral evensong, York Minster, 5.30pm
    • Service: S. Wesley in F
    • Anthem: Wilby, Vox Dei
    • Lord’s Prayer: Sheppard
    • Responses: Tomkins
  • Saturday 29 Oct: Recording session, Halifax Parish Church, 10.00am-5.00pm
  • Tuesday 1 Nov: Thanksgiving Service for James Brown, Leeds Parish Church, 5.30pm
    • Brown: Two Motets
    • Brown: The Fear of the Lord
  • Sunday 4 Dec: University Carol Service, Parkinson Court, 4.00pm
    • Trad. Nigerian (Yoruba): Betelehemu
    • Wilby: Spiritual: On the Incarnation (from Songs from Mount Grace)
    • Andrew Carter: Chanticleer Carol
    • Palestrina: Advent responsory
    • Shaw/Wilby: Hills of the North Rejoice
    • Britten: A boy was born
    • Distler: Lo how a rose
    • Carol: It came upon a midnight clear
    • Gruber (arr. M. Brown): Silent night
    • Carol: Hark the herald angels sing
    • Carol: O come all ye faithful

2006

    • Sunday 29 Jan: Candlemas Service, Halifax Parish Church, 10.30am
      • Wood: Nunc dimittis
      • Byrd: Suscepimus Deus
      • Mozart (ed.Wilby): Mass in C
    • Tuesday 21 Feb: Concert, Temple Newsam House, 7.30pm
      • Sheppard: Lord’s Prayer
      • Byrd: Suscepimus Deus
      • Lawes: Come, my sweet (soprano solo: Nicki Sapiro)
      • Holmes/Purcell: Burial Sentences
      • Purcell: Overture to King Arthur, ‘Hornpipe’ from AbdelazarSefauchi’s Farewell (harpsichord: Andrew Woolley)
      • Mozart: ‘Agnus Dei’ from Coronation Mass (soprano solo: Melissa Hopkins)
      • Samuel Wesley: Evening Service in F
      • Mozart: ‘Un aura amorosa’ from Cosi fan tutte (tenor solo: Tom Morss)
      • Samuel Sebastian Wesley: Choral Song (organ: Edward Taylor)
      • Samuel Sebastian Wesley: Chant Service in F
      • Anon.: hymn, Come Holy Ghost
      • Mallinson: partsong Beware!
      • Stanford: Justorum animeBeatiquorum via
      • Wood: Nunc dimittis
    • Monday 3 – Friday 7 Apr: residency at Wells Cathedral
      • Repertoire tba, including material from above engagements
    • Saturday20 May: concert, St John the Baptist Church, Adel, 7.30pm
      • Wesley: Tu es sacerdos
      • Blow, My God, my God
      • Greene, O clap your hands
      • S. S. Wesley, Thou wilt keep him
      • Brown, The Dwelling Place
      • Wilby, Songs from Mount Grace
      • Elgar, Ave verum
      • Stanford, Magnificat, op.164
      • Wood, Nunc dimittis
    • Sunday 11 June: lunchtime concert with FretworkClothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds, 2.30pm
      • Peerson, Blow out the trumpet
      • Byrd, Browning (The leaves be green)
      • Dowland, M. John Langton’s Pavan
      • Parsons, Pandolpho: ‘Pour down, ye pow’rs divine’
      • Peerson, Fantasia Attendite
      • Peerson, Motet ‘O domine Jesu Christe’
      • Jenkins, Two Fanasies a 5 (No. 7 in C minor, No. 4 G minor)
      • Peerson, Consort anthem Plead thou my cause
      • Peerson, Songs from Private Musicke (1620): ‘The spring of joy is dry’; ‘Lock up, fair lids’; ‘Sing, love is blind’
      • W Lawes, Consort-suite a5 in C
      • Peerson, Song from Grave Chamber Musique (1630): ‘Self-pities teares’
      • Gibbons, In nomine a5
      • Peerson, Consort anthem: ‘O God, when thou went’st before the people’
    • Thursday 13 – Sunday 16 July: residency at Bristol Cathedral
      • Repertoire tba, including material from above engagements
    • Tuesday 26 September: Open RehearsalClothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, 4.30pm
    • Monday 16 Oct: Anatomy Service, Great Hall, 1.00pm
  • Byrd, Justorum animae
  • Croft, I heard a voice
  • Purcell, Hear my prayer, O Lord
  • Purcell, Evening Service in Bflat
  • Tomkins, Preces and Responses
  • Tomkins, O praise the Lord all ye heathen
  • Byrd, Justorum animae
  • Tomkins, O prasie the Lord all ye heathen
  • Walton, All this time
  • Purcell, Hear my prayer, O Lord
  • Brahms, O Heiland reiss die Himmel auf
  • Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
  • MacMillan, A new song
  • Rose, Feast Song for St Cecilia
  • Howells, Hymn for St Cecilia 
  • Walton, All this time
  • Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
  • Araujo, Los coflades de la estleya
  • Brahms, O Heiland reiss die Himmel auf

2007

    • Tuesday 13 February: Concert, Temple Newsam House, 7.30pmMusic from Louisa Meynell Ingram’s Book
      • Mendelssohn Op 59/3 ‘Abschied vom Walde’
      • Haydn, Bid me not forget (Nicki Sapiro, soprano /Sarah Huntriss, violin)
      • Haydn, Highland Mary (Libby Clark, soprano /Sarah Huntriss, violin)
      • Anon. On the banks of Allan Water (Bethany Seymour, soprano)
      • Beethoven Sonata op. 26, 1st mvt. Andante con [5] Variazioni (Jane Flynn, piano)
      • Bellini, Chorus ‘A fosco cielo’ from La Sonnambula
      • Bellini ‘Vaga luna’ (Tom Morss, tenor)
      • Schubert, 23 rd Psalm
      • Beethoven ‘O welche lust’ from Fidelio
      • Beethoven Romance in G (James Dargan, violin)
      • Mallinson Evening Service
      • Mallinson songs (Steve Muir, tenor)
      • Mozart’s Twelfth Mass: Sanctus, Benedictus, Hosanna (Soloists: Bethany Seymour, Catherine Haworth, Steve Muir, James Dargan)

Accompanists, Jane Flynn, Vikki Hoodless

  • Wednesday 21 February: Ash Wednesday Service, Wakefield Cathedral, 7.00pm
    • Allegri, Miserere
    • Nystedt, O crux
    • Walton, Litany
    • Byrd, Mass for four voices 
  • Wednesday 11 April: Choral Evensong, St Paul’s Cathedral, 5.00pm
    • Canticles: Stanford in A
    • Anthem: Carter, No man is an island
    • Responses: Fielden
    • Lord’s Prayer: Rimsky-Korsakov
  • Thursday 12 April: Concert, Embassy of the Czech Republic, London, 7.30pm
    • Byrd, Justorum animae
    • Croft, I heard a voice
    • Purcell, Hear my prayer, O Lord
    • Mendelssohn Op 59/3 ‘Abschied vom Walde’
    • Schubert, 23 rd Psalm (Caroline White, piano)
    • Janáček: Ave Maria (Suasn Anderson, soprano, Sarah Huntriss, violin)
    • Anon. On the banks of Allan Water (Bethany Seymour, soprano)
    • Rimsky-Korsakov, The Lord’s Prayer
    • Carter, No man is an island
    • Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
    • Tippett, Early one morning
    • MacMillan, The gallant weaver
  • Sunday 22 April, Concert, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds, 2.30pm
    • Carter, No man is an island
    • Burrett, On, and away
    • Spencer, Diptyque
    • Nystedt, O crux
    • Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
    • Mann, Gabriel fram Hevene-King
    • Saprio, Chatzi Kaddish
    • Tippett, Early one morning
    • MacMillan, So deep
    • MacMillan, The gallant weaver 

  • Saturday 16 June, Concert, St Matthew’s Church, Chapel Allerton, 7.30pm
    • Byrd, Justorum animae
    • Tomkins, O prasie the Lord all ye heathen
    • Purcell, Hear my prayer, O Lord
    • Croft, I heard a voice
    • Brahms, O Heiland reiss die Himmel auf
    • Burrett, On, and away
    • Saprio, Chatzi Kaddish
    • Nystedt, O crux
    • Spencer, Diptyque
    • Carter, No man is an island
    • Lauridsen, O magnum mysterium
    • Tippett, Early one morning
    • MacMillan, The gallant weaver
    • arr. Shaw/Parker, John saw de numbuh
  • Thursday 28 June – Monday 2 July: tour to Koblenz, Rhineland, Germany
    • Repertoire including material from above engagement
  • Tuesday 25 September, 4.30pm: Open Rehearsal, School of Music 

  • Wednesday 17 October, 1.00pm: School of Medicine thanksgiving service, Great Hall, University of Leeds
    • Henry Ley: An Evening Hymn
    • Orlando di Lasso: Justorum animae

  • Thursday 18 October, 5.00pm: Choral Vespers, Mass, St Anne’s Cathedral, Leeds
    • Claudio Monteverdi: O Jesu mea vita
    • William Byrd: Non vos relinquam orphanos
    • Jans Pieterszoon Sweelink: Magnificat a5
    • Andrea Gabrieli: Missa Brevis
  • 27-28 October: Residential visit, Scargill House, Yorkshire Dales
  • Sunday 28 October, 6.30pm: Choral evensong, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • William Byrd: Non vos relinquam orphanos
    • William Turner: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in A a6
    • Thomas Tomkins: O sing unto the Lord

  • Friday 2 November, 1.10pm: Lunchtime concert Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds
    • Navajo Indian prayer: Now I walk in beauty
    • Steven Taylor: Kerouac settings: Mexico City Blues, 92nd Chorus; On the Road Part Five
    • Henry Ley: Evening Hymn
    • William Turner: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in A a6
    • Orlando di Lasso: Justorum animae
    • Thomas Tomkins: O sing unto the Lord
    • Claudio Monteverdi: O Jesu mea vita
    • William Byrd: Non vos relinquam orphanos
    • Jans Pieterszoon Sweelink: Magnificat a5
  • Sunday 2 December, 4.00pm: University Carol Service, Parkinson Court, University of Leeds
    • adpt. from Palestrina: Matin Responsory, I look from afar
    • Carol: Once in Royal David’s City (Clare Walker, soloist)
    • John Ireland: Adam lay y bounden
    • Ralph Vaughan Williams: This is the truth sent from above
    • Carol: See amid the winter’s snow
    • Carol: O little town of Bethlehem
    • Terry Mann: Gabriel fram Hevene-King
    • Pierre Villette: O magnum mysterium
    • Carol: Ding dong merrily on high
    • Kenneth Leighton: Coventry Carol (Susan Anderson, soloist)
    • Carol: Hark the herald angels sing
  • Saturday 15 December, 7:30pm:Holy Trinity Church, Skipton

2008

  • Sunday 17 February, 6.30pm: Evensong Service, Leeds Parish Church
    • Walmisley: Evening service in B flat for double choir
    • R Vaughan-Williams: Lord, thou has been our refuge
  • 24-28 March: Easter week residency, Salisbury Cathedral
    • William Turner: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in A a6
    • Thomas Tomkins: O sing unto the Lord a new song
    • Paul Ayres: Solo Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
    • R Vaughan-Williams: Lord, thou has been our refuge
    • Walmisley: Evening service in B flat for double choir
    • William Croft: Hear my Prayer O Lord
    • Herbert Howells: Evening Service in G
    • Andrew Carter: Rejoice in the Lord alway
    • Jans Pieterszoon Sweelink: Magnificat a5
    • William Byrd: Nunc dimittis
    • Claudio Monteverdi: O Jesu mea vita
  • Tuesday 27 May, 10.00am-5.00pm: Recording session, University of Leeds
  • Saturday 7 June, 7.30pm: Concert, St Matthew’s Church, Chapel Allerton 

    • Navajo Indian Prayer: Now I walk in Beauty
    • William Byrd: Non vos relinquam orphanos
    • Jan Pieterszoon: Sweelinck: Magnificat a5
    • William Byrd: Nunc dimittis a5
    • Orlando di Lasso: Justorum animae
    • Thomas Tomkins: O sing unto the Lord
    • William Croft: Hear my prayer, O Lord
    • Claudio Monteverdi: O Jesu mea vita
    • Hugo Distler: Motet ‘Wachet auf, ruft ans die Stimme’ (Op 12,6)
    • Terry Mann: Gabriel fram Heavene King
    • Henry Ley: Evening Hymn
    • Wayland Rogers: Inscription for a wayside spring
    • Stephen Chatman: Two Rossetti Songs
      Remember
      Song and Music
  • 24-27 July: Summer residency, Ely Cathedral
    • Paul Ayres: Solo Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
    • Wayland Rogers: Inscription for a wayside spring
    • Orlando Gibbons: Short Service
    • Orlando di Lasso: Justorum animae
    • William Turner: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in A a6
    • William Croft: O Lord, rebuke me not
    • William Mathias : Missa Brevis
    • Hugo Distler: Zion hört die Wächter singen from Op. 12, no. 6
    • Stanford: Evening Service in G
    • R Vaughan-Williams: Lord, thou has been our refuge
  • Saturday 13 September, time tba (morning rehearsal, afternoon service): Wedding in Farnley Tyas
  • Saturday 27 September, 11:00am: Memorial Service for JJ Walsh (former University Registrar)
  • Tuesday 30 September, 4.30pm: Open Rehearsal, School of Music 
  • Wednesday 15 October, 1.00pm: School of Medicine thanksgiving service, Great Hall, University of Leeds
    • Duarte Lobo: Audivi vocem
    • C. V. Stanford : Bluebird
  • 25-26 October: Residential visit, Howarth, Yorkshire Dales
  • Sunday 26 October, 6.30pm: Choral evensong, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • Duarte Lobo: Audivi vocem
    • Valentine Nalson: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G a6

  • Saturday 1 November,7:30pm: Mozart Requiem, Ave verum corupus; Bach motet ‘Lobet den Herrn’, withSkipton Building Society Camerata, and soloists Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
  • Sunday 2 November,7:30pm: Mozart Requiem, Ave verum corupus; Bach motet ‘Lobet den Herrn’, withSkipton Building Society Camerata, and soloists Lancaster Cathedral
  • Saturday 13 December, 7:30pm: Christmas Concert, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • Tomás Luis de Victoria: O magnum mysterium
    • Michael Praetorius:Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
    • Thomas Weelkes: Gloria in excelsis
    • Gustav Holst: Of one that is so fair and bright
    • Philip Wilby: Goldfinch Carol
    • John Byrt: All and some
    • Hugo Distler: Maria walks amid the thorns
    • Johannes Brahms: Täublein weiss
    • J. S. Bach: O little one sweet
    • Johannes Brahms: Chorale prelude: Es ist ein Rose entsprungen
    • Felix Mendelssohn: There shall a star from Jacob come forth
    • Francis Poulenc: Four motets for Christmas
    • Conrad Susa: The shepherds sing
    • Appalachian carol: I wonder as I wander
    • Terry Mann: Gabriel fram Hevene-King
    • John Rutter, arr.: Wexford Carol

2009

  • Friday and Saturday 13-14 February, 7.30pm: Dido and Aeneas, Temple Newsam House
    • Staged performances of Henry Purcell’s operatic masterpiece in the spectacular Long Gallery of Temple Newsam House
  • 13-17 April: Easter week residency, Lincoln Cathedral
    • Thomas Weelkes: Gloria in excelsis Deo
    • William Byrd: Short service
    • William Mathias: Let all the people praise thee
    • William Harris: Evening service in A
    • George Holmes: Hear my prayer, O God
    • Valentine Nalson: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G a6
    • William Croft: We will rejoice in thy salvation
    • William Walton: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
    • Samuel Wesley: Carmen funebre
    • Samuel Wesley: Evening service in F 
  • Sunday 10 May, 3:00pm: Susanne Faire with Quintessential Sackbut and Cornett Ensemble, Clothworkers’ Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds
    • To include Orlando di Lasso’s Missa Susanne un jour and music by Dowland, Palestrina, Ferrabosco, Claude Le Jeune, Banchieri and Scheidt
  • Tuesday 26 May, 7.30pm: Concert, Pennine Spring Music Festival, Heptonstall 

    • Duarte Lobo: Audivi vocem
    • Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor
    • Orlando di Lasso: Susanne un jour
    • Claude Le Jeune: Susanne un jour a7
    • Thomas Weelkes: Gloria in excelsis Deo
    • Samuel Wesley: Carmen funebre
    • Richard Rodney Bennett : A good-night
    • William Walton: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
    • William Mathias: Let all the people praise thee
  • Thursday 4- Saturday 6 June: Eternal Light Tour 2009 with Rambert Dance Company at The Grand, Leeds
  • 26-30 June: Summer Tour to Mantua, Italy
    • Duarte Lobo: Audivi vocem
    • Palestrina: Vestiva i colli
    • Monteverdi: Che se tu se’il cor mio
    • Thomas Weelkes: Gloria in excelsis Deo
    • William Croft: We will rejoice in thy salvation
    • Samuel Wesley: Carmen funebre
    • Samuel Wesley: O sing unto my roundelai
    • Vaughan Williams : Mass in G minor
    • Richard Rodney Bennett : A good-night
    • George Holmes: Hear my prayer, O God
    • Orlando di Lasso: Justorum animae
  • Wednesday 21 October, 1.00pm: School of Medicine thanksgiving service, Great Hall, University of Leeds
    • Heinrich Schütz: Die mit tränen säen
    • Richard Rodney Bennett : A good-night
  • 17-18 October: Residential visit, Haworth, Yorkshire Dales
  • Sunday 18 October, 6.30pm: Choral evensong, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • William Sterndale Bennett: In thee, O Lord
    • S. S. Wesley: Evening Service in E 

  • Saturday 12 December,7:30pm: Britten Ceremony of Carols, Finzi In terra pax, Vaughan WilliamsFantasia on Christmas Carols, Corelli Christmas Concerto, with Skipton Building Society Camerata, and soloists (Holy Trinity Church , Skipton)
  • Sunday 13 December,3:00pm: Britten Ceremony of Carols, Finzi In terra pax, Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Corelli Christmas Concerto, with Skipton Building Society Camerata, and soloists(Leeds Cathedral)

2010

    • Friday 5 February, 1.10pm: Lunchtime Conert: Schütz, Bach and their Choral Legacy, Clothworkers’ Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds
      • Heinrich Schütz: Die mit tränen säen
      • J. S. Bach: Jesu meine freude
      • Knut Nystedt: Immortal Bach
      • Samuel Wesley: Carmen Funebre
      • Hugo Distler: Fürwahr, er trug unsere Krankheit
      • Hugo Distler: Lobe den Herren
    • 5-9 April: Easter week residency, Lichfield Cathedral
      • Monday
      • S.S. Wesley: Service in E
      • Sterndale Bennett: In thee O Lord
      • Hugo Distler: Praise to the Lord
      • Kenneth Leighton: Preces and Responses
      • Tuesday
      • Kenneth Leighton: Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense Service
      • Benjamin Britten: Jubilate Deo
      • Hugo Distler: Nürnberger Grosses Gloria 1525
      • Kenneth Leighton: Preces and Responses
      • Thursday
      • Thomas Tomkins: Third (Great) Service
      • Heinrich Schütz: Die mit Tränen säen
      • William Byrd: Psallite Domino
      •  Smith: Preces and Responses
      • Friday
      • William Turner: Service in E
      • Samuel Wesley: In exitu Israel
      • John Blow: Let my prayer come up
      • Smith: Preces and Responses
    • Thursday 27 May, 7:30pm: Concert (with the Genevans of Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania), St. Aidan’s Church, Harehills, Leeds
  • Benjamin Britten: Jubilate Deo
  • Knut Nystedt: Immortal Bach
  • Hugo Distler: Fürwahr, er trug unsere Krankheit
  • Samuel Wesley: In exitu Israel
  • James Macmillan: The Gallant Weaver
  • arr. Vicky Burrett: God only knows
    • Saturday 5 June, 7:30pm: Concert, St. Matthew’s Church, Chapel Allerton, Leeds
      • William Byrd: Psallite Domino
      • Thomas Tomkins : Dear Lord of life
      • Hugo Distler: Nürnberger Grosses Gloria 1525
      • J. S. Bach: Jesu meine freude
      • Henry Purcell: Blow up the trumpet in Sion
      • Samuel Wesley: In exitu Israel
      • William Sterndale Bennett: In thee, O Lord
      • William Harris: Faire is the heaven
      • arr. James Erb: Shenedoah
      • arr. Vicky Burrett: God only know

15-18 July: Summer residency, Worcester Cathedral

  • Thursday
    • Kenneth Leighton: Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense Service
    • Benjamin Britten: Jubilate Deo
    • Kenneth Leighton: Preces and Responses
  • Friday
    • Thomas Tomkins: Third (Great) Service
    • Thomas Tomkins : Dear Lord of Life
    • Thomas Tomkins: Preces and Responses
  • Saturday
    • William Turner: Service in E
    • Henry Purcell: Blow up the trumpet in Sion
    • Thomas Tomkins: Preces and Responses
  • Sunday Eucharist
    • William Walton : Missa Brevis
  • Sunday Evensong
    • Lennox Berkeley: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
    • William Harris: Faire is the heaven
    • Kenneth Leighton: Preces and Responses
  • Tuesday 28 September, 4.30pm: Open Rehearsal, School of Music 

  • 16-17 October: Residential visit, Haworth, Yorkshire Dales
  • Sunday 17 October, 6.30pm: Choral evensong, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • Richard Farrant, Call to remembrance
    • William Byrd, Responses
    • William Byrd, Short Service
    • William Byrd, Come help, O God

  • Wednesday 20 October, 1.00pm: Biomedical Memorial Service, Great Hall, University of Leeds
    • A service honouring those who have donated their bodies to medical science at the University of Leeds
    • Richard Farrant, Call to remebrance
    • Philip Wilby, Evening hymn
  • Wednesday 17 November, 8.00pm: Oresteia (part i), opera by Sergei Taneiev (British premiere),Clothworker’s Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leedspart of International Symposium‘Non-Nationalist Russian Opera’, 16-17 November 2010 
  • Sunday 5 December, afternoon: Carol Singing, Cross Keys Pub Christmas Market
    • Traditional Christmas Carols
  • Sunday 12 December, 1.30pm: Christmas Concert, Leeds City Museum
  • arr. Hugo Distler Lo! How a rose
  • Terry Mann Gabriel fram Hevene-King
  • arr. H Walford Davies The Holly and the Ivy
  • Hilary Campbell Christmas hath a Beauty 
  • arr. Malcolm Sargent Zither carol
  • 15th century anon Coventry Carol
  • William Byrd O magnum mysterium
  • harm J. S. Bach O little one sweet
  • Gustav Holst In the bleak mid-winter
  • arr. David Wilcocks Infant Holy, infant lowly
  • Franz Gruber, arr. Mark Brown Silent Night
  • arr. Arthur Warrell We wish you a merry Christmas 

2011

  • Saturday 5 February: workshop and concert, Treasures from the Leeds Choral Archives
    • 10.00am-5.00pm: LUCEAT Network Choral Workshop Day
    • 7.30pm: Concert: Treasures from the Leeds Choral Archives
    • Online booking now available
  • Saturday 26 March, 7.30pm: An evening with Brahms and his friendsTemple Newsam House
    • Music for voices and piano by Johannes Brahms and others
      • F. J. Haydn Alles hat seine Zeit,Die Warnung, Abendlied zu Gott
      • Johannes Brahms An die Heimat op.64/1, O schöne Nacht op.92/1
      • Robert Schumann An die SterneUngewisses Licht, Op. 141/1,2 Gute Nacht Op. 59/4
      • Johannes Pache In der Spinnstube
      • Hans Huber Lenz und Liebeslieder

      Katy Hamilton, and Miaoyin Qu, Piano

  • Saturday 30 April, 7.30pm: concert, Christ the Consoler, Skelton-cum-Newby
    • In association with The Churches Conservation Trust
    • William Byrd Come help, O God
    • William Byrd O magnum mysterium
    • Thomas Tomkins Dear Lord of life
    • Richard Farrant Call to remembrance
    • John Browne Stabat mater dolorosa
    • Robert Schumann An die SterneUngewisses Licht, Op. 141/1,2 Gute Nacht Op. 59/4
    • Edward Bairstow Our Father in the Heavens
    • Philip Wilby Ave Maria
    • Gustav Holst Evening Watch
    • Gustav Holst Folksongs
      • There was a tree
      • I love my love
      • Swansea Town
    • SaturdayEvensong
      • Arthur Wills Evening Service on Plainsong Tones
      • Edward Bairstow Our Father in the Heavens
      • Kenneth Leighton Preces and Responses
    • Sunday Eucharist (10AM)
      • William Walton Missa brevis
      • Claudio Monteverdi Christe, adoramus te
    • Sunday Eucharist (11:30AM)
      • Claudio Monteverdi Messa a quattro voci (1650)
    • Sunday Evensong
      • William Byrd Short Service
      • William Byrd Come help, O God
      • Kenneth Leighton Preces and Responses
  • 23-28 June: Summer tour, Krakow, Poland
    • 24 June Franciscan Basillica 7.45pm
    • 25 June St Joseph’s Chruch, Podgorze 8.00pm
    • 26 June Mass at St Mary’s Basillica 6.30pm (followed by a concert 7.15pm)
    • 27 June St Peter and st Paul’s Church 7.00pm
  • Tour programme to include:
    • William Byrd Come help, O God
    • William Byrd O magnum mysterium
    • Thomas Tomkins Dear Lord of life
    • Richard Farrant Call to remembrance
    • John Browne Stabat mater dolorosa
    • Claudio Monteverdi Messa a quattro voci (1650)
    • Claudio Monteverdi Christe, adoramus te
    • Robert Schumann An die SterneUngewisses Licht, Op. 141/1,2 Gute Nacht Op. 59/4
    • F. J. Haydn Alles hat seine Zeit,Die Warnung, Abendlied zu Gott
    • Edward Bairstow Our Father in the Heavens
    • Philip Wilby Ave Maria
    • Gustav Holst Evening Watch
    • Gustav Holst Folksongs
      • There was a tree
      • I love my love
      • Swansea Town
  • Monday 11 July, 9.00pm : Concert: Music from the Eton Choirbook, St John the Baptist Church, Adel. In association with the International Medieval Congress, 2011. For ticketing contact imc@leeds.ac.uk. Some tickets may be available on the door.
    • Walter Lambe Salve Regina
    • Salve Regina (Sarum chant)
    • Richard Davy Ah mine heart
    • John Nesbet Magnificat
    • Anon Ah, my dear, ah, my dear son
    • William Cornysh Ave Maria, Mater Dei
    • Te lucis ante terminum (Sarum chant)
    • John Browne Stabat Mater dolorosa
  • Tuesday 27 September, 4.30pm: Open Rehearsal, School of Music
    • A chance to come along, find out more about the choir, and have a sing without obligation, and sign up for an audition if you want to
  • Wednesday 19 October, 1.00pm: Biomedical Memorial Service, Great Hall, University of Leeds
    • A service honouring those who have donated their bodies to medical science at the University of Leeds
    • Guillame Bouzignac In pace in idipsum
    • Richard Rodney Bennett A Good-Night
  • 22-23 October: Residential visit, Haworth, Yorkshire Dales
  • Sunday 23 October, 6.30pm: Choral evensong, Holy Trinity Church , Skipton
    • Guillame Bouzignac In pace in idipsum
    • Henry Purcell Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in Bflat
    • Henry Purcell In the midst of life
    • Ayleward Preces and Responses
  • Tuesday 25 October, 4.30pm, Emmanuel Centre, University of Leeds
    • Choral evensing, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible
    • William Byrd Short Service
    • Thomas Tomkins When David Heard
    • Ayleward Preces and Responses
  • Saturday 10 December, 7.30pm: Concert: ‘Christmas through the Ages’, Leeds City Museum
    • Book your tickets online
    • Hugo DistlerWachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme
    • arr. Petman Gabriel’s Message
    • arr. Wilcocks The Cherry Tree Carol
    • William Walton All this time
    • William Byrd Hodie Christus natus est
    • Johann Georg Ebeling All my heart this night rejoices
    • Anon (Fayrfax MS) Ah my dear, ah my dear son
    • Philip Wilby The Goldfinch Carol
    • Philip Wilby Ave Maria
    • arr. Wilcocks Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
    • arr. Carter I wonder as I wander
    • arr. Ayres Entre le boeuf
    • Herbert Howells Here is the little door
    • Franz Gruber Silent Night
    • trad. Ding dong merrily on high
    • John Goss See amid the winter’s snow
    • arr. Davies The holly and the ivy
    • Ralph Vaughan Williams The wassail song
    • Gustav Holst Bring us good ale
    • arr. Ayres Walking in a winter wonderland 

2012

  • Saturday 18 February, all day: workshop day and evening concert (the LUCEAT Network)
    • Samuel Barber Reincarnations
    • Samuel Baber To be sung on water
  • Saturday 17 March, 7.30pm: Concert, All Hallows Church, Almondbury
    • To book, phone Mrs Rita Chambers on             01484 531812        or email rita.chambers@talktalk.net
    • William Byrd Hodie Christus natus est
    • Willim Byrd Vigilate
    • Henry Purcell Funeral sentences
    • Richard Rodney Bennett A good-night
    • Ralph Vaughan Williams
      • Just as the tide was flowing
      • Mannin Veen
      • Wassail song
    • Samuel Baber
      • To be sung on water
      • Reincarnations
        • Mary Hynes
        • Anthony O Daly
        • The coolin
    • Norman Dello Joio Come to me, my love
    • Aaron Copand The promise of living
    • Leonard Bernstein Make our garden grow
  • Saturday 26 May, 7.30pm: Concert, Halifax Minster
    • Repertoire tbc
  • Sunday 3 June, 3.00pm: LULC Tenth Anniversary Concert, Great Hall, University of Leeds
  • Saturday 30 June, 12.30pm: wedding
  • Thursday-Sunday 19-22 July: residency, Bath Abbey
    • Full programme of events and repertoire tbc

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