Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge
Sun 25 June

A Heritage of British Choral Music

Join Continuum and Harry Guthrie as they return to Cambridge for a performance of ‘A Heritage of British Choral Music’. The concert culminates with Hubert Parry’s six Songs of Farewell and includes music by Tallis, Byrd, Stanford, Howells and Rutter.

Thomas Tallis | William Byrd - Miserere Nostri
Robert White - Christi qui lux es et dies (3rd setting)
William Byrd - Laudibus in sanctis
Alexander Hopkins - Caeli enarrant Gloriam Dei *
Charles Villiers Stanford - Three Motets, Op.38
John Rutter - Hymn to the creator of light
Herbert Howells - Take him, earth, for cherishing
Hubert Parry - Songs of Farewell

*First performance

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Continuum sing Herbert Howells’ ‘A Spotless Rose’ in St James’s Sussex Gardens, Paddington

Continuum was founded in 2018 by Harry Guthrie aiming to represent the very best traditions of choral singing. The choir prides itself in offering original and dynamic interpretations of firmly established choral repertoire alongside promoting new commissions and under-performed pieces. Covering repertoire from the Renaissance to the present, Continuum’s singers are drawn from some of the finest choral institutions in the UK with many being current and former members of Trinity and St John’s College Choirs in Cambridge having met whilst at University. Many of the singers have performed with leading professional ensembles including Polyphony, Tenebrae, The Sixteen and The Monteverdi Choir. The choir typically comprises eighteen singers.

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Sun 25 June at 7:30pm


120 minutes


Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge


Adult - £18.00 | Student - £10.00 | Under-16 - Free


25 June 7:30pm – 9:30pm approx 7:30pm – 9:30pm approx Book now