Mozart’s Vespers with Musical Cocktails

At 4pm on the afternoon of Saturday 17th June and as part of the Worthing Arts and Music Festival the 65 members of Worthing Choral Society will perform Mozart’s beautiful 30 minute choral setting of the service of Vespers.

The performance will be conducted by our Music Director Aedan Kerney and our Associate Conductor Sam Barton  in the lovely ambience of St George’s Church, Worthing and will be accompanied on the organ by Hamish Dustagheer. You will probably recognise the iconic Laudate Dominum which is one of the best-known  sections of the oratorio.  In the other half of the concert there will be a variety of shorter classical and modern pieces including Howard Goodall’s The Lord’s my Shepherd (straight from Dibley!) and Love Divine; Gorecki’s Ethereal ‘Totos Tuus’; Coleridge Taylor’s ‘The Lee Shore’  and Sir Edward Elgar’s ‘My love dwelt in a northern land’. There will also be inaugural performances of two new pieces by local composers – ‘According to Sirach’ by Robert Hinchliffe and ‘Ave Maria’ by our own Sam Barton who will conduct his own piece.

This should be a concert to savour.


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