New Oxford Consort
with members of London Handel Players
Saturday 20 July 2019
Klaus & Lissie Macfarlane
This programme explores the uses of astronomical symbolism in the Christian faith, and the ways in which imagery of the stars and the heavens inspired composers of the 15th and 16th centuries:
Anon Ave Maris Stella (plainchant)
Victoria Ave Maris Stella
Lassus Prophetiae Sibyllarum (selection): Carmina Chromatico; Sibylla Cimmeria; Sibylla Samia
Biber Mystery Sonata No.2; Mary’s Visit to Elizabeth (Adrian Butterfield and Silas Wollston)
Lassus Exsultet Caelum Mare; Aurora Lucis Rutilat
Bach Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh’ darein (chorale)
MacMillan Ave Maris Stella
Biber Mystery Sonata No.14: The Assumption of the Virgin (Adrian Butterfield and Silas Wollston)
Palestrina Viri Galilaei
Byrd Viri Galilaei
Anon Viri Galilaei (plainchant)
St Nicholas' Chapel
St Nicholas' Chapel,
St Ann's Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NH
- Uneven paving on approach to doors.
- Toilet facilities now available in the chapel.
- Wheelchairs accessible through main door.
- A limited number of wheelchair spaces are available and must be booked in advance - please specify when booking.
The nearest car park is Chapel Street and Tuesday Market Place. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. Please ensure you pay the correct fee. Current charges are available on the borough council website: https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/
Seating is unreserved. The acoustic is excellent throughout the chapel but an unrestricted view of the performance area cannot be guaranteed from all seats - in some cases the view is extremely restricted.
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