The Carice Singers bring their regional exploration of Nordic choral music to the stunning Swedish Church in London.
Sounding North presents a regional exploration of Nordic choral music from the end of the nineteenth century to the present day.
All ten quartets perform the world premiere of Bright Ferment (String Quartet no. 2) by Matthew Whittall.
Matthew Whittall: from 'Leaves of Grass – 12 Preludes for piano after Walt Whitman' (2009)
Meta4 play a wide selection of their favourite pieces. The concert afterparty features the world premiere of Matthew Whittall’s String Quartet no. 3.
It’s a heavenly, not an ordinary tale in this recital of music for bassoon, flue, piano and harp masterminded by Jussi Särkkä.
Matthew Whittall: The Heaven That Dwells So Deep
Advent heralds the start of journey to Christmas in the Christian calendar, and the BBC Singers perform a programme of music composed for this time of year.
The cathartic power of music comes to the fore in Chamber Choir Ireland’s programme.
The Carice Singers bring their exquisite sound and unique spirit to pieces of music about travel, in some cases written by migrant or nomadic composers.