Tenebrae

Tenebrae


Pre-concert talk by Tenebrae Director, Nigel Short, 6:30pm, concert 7:30pm

Tenebrae presents its BBC Music Magazine award-winning interpretation of Tomás Luis de Victoria’s requiem mass for six voices. For many, this represents what Renaissance polyphony is, what it sounds like, and how expressive it can be.

Director: Nigel Short

Alfonso Lobo: Versa est in luctum

Tomás Luis de Victoria: Selection of Tenebrae Responsories and Lamentations for Holy Saturday

Tomás Luis de Victoria: Requiem Mass 1605

 

Participate in a workshop led by Nigel Short and sing with Tenebrae during their afternoon rehearsal. Minimum age 16.

For details see http://www.artsfestivaloxford.org

11:30-13:30 Workshop and rehearsal 14:30-15:30

Duration: 1:45 with interval

Book Tickets

  • Sun 25 Jun 7:30 PM £35.00/£27.00/£20.00

Book Tickets

  • Sun 25 June 7:30 PM

Pre-concert talk by Tenebrae Director, Nigel Short, 6:30pm, concert 7:30pm

Tickets: £35.00/£27.00/£20.00 

Students and Under 18s £10 off (under 18s price in side aisles is £2)

Choral Festival ticket to all 4 concerts:

Price Band A: £87

Price Band B: £65

Price Band C: £47

Concerts included: 

25 June - Tenebrae

28 June - Magdalen College Choir

7 July - Cinquecento: Renaissance Vokal

8 July - Westminster Williamson Voices

Select a ticket for each concert and discount will be applied in your basket

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