Date: Saturday 16 October 2021

Time: 7.30pm

 

David Temple conductor

Grace Davidson soprano

Julia Doyle soprano/mezzo-soprano

Sam Furness tenor

Dominic Sedgwick bass

London Orchestra da Camera

Hertfordshire Chorus under its conductor David Temple performs an evening of grand and moving Mozart music in its first concert here in 20 months. The Mass in C Minor (the ‘Great Mass’) is more ambitious and elaborate than even his Requiem. Although (like the Requiem) it was never completed, it is a wonderful work on the grandest scale and is considered by many scholars to be one of the greatest mass settings of all time. Mozart’s Solemn Vespers (Vesperae solennes de Confessore), the last piece written before he left Salzburg Cathedral in 1780, contains the famous, sublimely beautiful Laudate Dominum for soprano and chorus. The concert begins with the short, serene motet, Ave Verum Corpus.

This is programme is a real treat for all lovers of choral music, and St Albans Cathedral is the perfect setting for a performance.

 

Tickets:

Premium £25 - Centre front with full view

Classic £20 - Centre middle with full view 

Standard plus £16 - Centre back with full view

Standard £12 - Centre back with full view  

No view £12 - Mainly located in the aisles or behind pillars. These seats have no view of the stage.

No view seats will only be released when seats with views have sold out.

 

Concessions:

Children under 18 £5, Students with ID £5.

 

Wheelchair spaces and carer discounts can only be booked through the Box Office on 01727 890290.

 

Doors will open 30 minutes before concert starts. There is an interval of 20 minutes during this performance.   

A full, no quibble refund is available for anyone who is unable to attend the concert due to illness at short notice.  The refund must be claimed before the performance starts. Please email the box office to request the refund E: [email protected]