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St Paul's Church
Bedford Street
Covent Garden



Albert AlcarazPrière (La Procession des bougies)
Javier BustoSalve Regina
Albert AlcarazSancta Maria, Succurre Miseris
Eva UgaldeAve Maris Stella
Xabier SarasolaVeni Creator Spiritus
Albert AlcarazNunc Dimittis
Philip StopfordAve Verum
John TavenerThe Lamb
Ola GjeiloUbi caritas
Anton BrucknerAve Maria, WAB 6
Eric WhitacreLux Aurumque for SATB (Poem by Edward Esch)
Giovanni GabrielliO Magnum Mysterium
Albert AlcarazTe llevaré
Josu ElberdinZu
Ricardo Lafuente AguadoHabanera Salada
TraditionalLas Amarillas (arr. Stephen Hatfield)
Karl JenkinsExsultate Jubilate
TraditionalBobby Shaftoe (arr. David Willcocks)
TraditionalAmong the leaves so green (arr. John Byrt)
Paul McCartneyHere, there and everywhere (arr. Peter Gritton)
Vincent YoumansTea for two (arr. Peter Gritton)
George GershwinI Got Rhythm (Arr. Becca Toft)
Leonard CohenHallelujah


Oscar Allen – Conductor
Kathryn Ridgeway – Conductor

Ensemble Voblana
Maidstone Singers

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Programme Note

Tonight’s concert is a Brandenburg Choral Festival speciality: a programme featuring two contrasting choirs from different countries! Ensemble Voblana, a female vocal ensemble hailing from the Asturias region of Northern Spain, will introduce us to the wonderful sacred and secular works of several contemporary Spanish composers including Eva Ugalde and Albert Alcaraz, as well as some traditional Spanish folk music. The Maidstone Singers will perform more familiar choral works including Eric Whitacre’s Lux Arumque, Byrd’s Sing Joyfully and Bruckner’s Ave Maria.

This concert will be dedicated to the memory of Jeffrey Vaughan Martin, founding conductor of the Maidstone Singers who died suddenly in April this year.

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