Tudor Anthems by Candlelight

6 October, 7:30pm

Sacred and secular music written for the Tudor Court, performed in beautiful candlelight. Including music from Tallis, Farrant, Mudd and highlights from Byrd’s Mass for four voices.

 

The concert is free to attend, no ticket is needed, and will be followed by a drinks reception in the church.

 

 

Praise for Lumen

 

"Absolutely beautiful, and a great programme...thank you"

 

"We stumbled across your concert last weekend and thought it was fantastic. We've been to a number of choral concerts recently but yours really stood out"

 

"I had goosebumps all the way through, it was just so atmospheric.

In Lumen Benjamin really has created something very special"

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Concerts

16th December, 5:30pm

Choral Evensong

 Howell's Collegium Regale

Hopwood Responses

Will Todd's In This Place.

Choral Evensong

18th November, 3:30pm

 Howell's Collegium Regale

Hopwood Responses

Will Todd's In This Place.

Music in Nature

Music to include:

Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal - Paul Mealor

The Road Home - Stephen Paulus

The Blue Bird - Charles Stanford

She Moved Through the Fair - Daryl Runswick

Wayfaring Stranger - JJ Hutchings

Earth Song - Frank Ticheli

 

Music in Nature is a choral celebration of Summer, featuring a mixture of sacred, secular and traditional madrigals and part songs. The concert is free to attend, no ticket is needed, and will be followed by a drinks reception in the church.

12th August, 7:30pm

O Magnum Mysterium

22nd April, 7pm

O Magnum Mysterium is Lumen's second concert, featuring a programme which explores the ancient and modern choral music that uncovers the emotions and mysteries of Easter. 

The concert is free to attend, no ticket is needed, and will be followed by a drinks reception in the church.

God Grant We Grace - Thomas Tallis

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence - Edward Bairstow

Miserere – Gregorio Allegri

Song for Athene – John Tavener
Rise up my love – Healey Willan

O Magnum Mysterium - Morten Lauridsen

 

Healing Light: Music for Advent

10th December, 7pm

Healing Light is Lumen's first concert and will feature a varied programme for Advent, celebrating the journey from darkness into light. The concert is free to attend, no ticket is needed, and will be followed by a drinks reception in the church.

Lighten our Darkness – Alexander L’Estrange

Ubi Caritas – Ola Gjielo
A Good-Night – Richard Rodney Bennett
Sleep – Eric Whitacre
Healing Light – Karl Jenkins
The Lamb – John Tavener
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree – Elizabeth Poston
Softly – Will Todd