Gibbons Hosanna

Morley Hark! Alleluia

Taverner Quemadmodum

Muhly Rough Notes

White Christe qui lux es IV

Palestrina Agnus dei (from the Missa Brevis)


Rutter Hymn to the Creator of Light

Byrd O lux beata Trinitas

Fayrfax O lux beata Trinitas

Tallis O nata lux

Isaac Angeli, Archangeli

Josquin Agnus dei (from the Missa L’homme armé Sexti Toni)

Celestial light, refracted in the image of the planets turning and returning in space, is the inspiration for this exquisite programme by the world renowned Tallis Scholars on their long-awaited return to St George’s.

From writing which turns on itself (the Josquin and Palestrina), to music scored luminously high (the White and Taverner), to pieces which use light in their titles (the Tallis and Fayrfax), to Nico Muhly’s Rough Notes, written for the Tallis Scholars in 2018, which refers to the night sky in the Antarctic. According to Pythagoras, the turning of the planets generated a kind of beautiful and harmonious mathematical music.

Lose yourself in the radiant wonder of the spheres, hymned in this sequence of beautiful pieces.

“The ensemble has set a standard so high that a greater level of musical perfection is simply not conceivable” Linda Holt, *****, Bachtrack

Pre-Event Hospitality 

Enjoy delicious pre-concert drinks and nibbles ahead of the evening’s concert. Choose from a selection of house drinks on arrival accompanied by a board of bread, olives and dips (all vegetarian).

Packages are available to collect from 60 minutes prior to the concert start time.

This package for one or two people can be booked online alongside your ticket order, please also advise our team of any allergies.

Friday 19 November 2021

The Tallis Scholars: The Light of the Heavenly Spheres

£35, £30, £25, £15

A 5% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2 postage fee is charged where applicable.

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