Charles Villiers Stanford-The centenary concert


Join us in commemorating the centenary of Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) in works for chorus and baritone. Born in Dublin, trained in Leipzig, Stanford was unashamedly a classicist and would influence a whole generation of 20th century British composers. As well as both his cycles Songs of the Sea and Songs of the Fleet, we also feature pieces by his pupils, Rebecca Clarke, Hubert Parry, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Charles Wood. Dulwich Choral Society Dingle Yandell-baritone Joshua Ryan-piano and organ conducted by William Vann Programme For Lo, I Raise Up - Stanford Postlude in D minor, Op. 105 No. 6 (abridged) - Stanford The Arethusa, The Golden Vanity, Just as the Tide was Flowing, We be three poor mariners - Ralph Vaughan Williams Songs of the Sea - Stanford Crossing the bar - Hubert Parry Never weather beaten sail - Charles Wood Postlude in D minor, Op. 105 No. 2 (abridged) - Stanford My spirit like a charmed bark doth float - Rebecca Clarke Songs of the Fleet - Stanford


Enjoy code: 358179
Target groups
Elderly, Youth, Adult
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Available tickets

22/06 2024 7:00pm
Dulwich College Dulwich Common LONDON
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