On Remembrance Sunday, November 11 at 6.15pm, CQ will be joined by the community of four choirs to perform a special evening service in the Cathedral entitled Remembrance & Reconciliation composed by Adrian Bawtree, one of the Cathedral organists. More than 200 singers and musicians from Britain and Germany will be taking part in this unique performance.
AMPHORA by Helen Caddick
The London premiere of Amphora with our incredible soprano Katherine Crompton.
Amphora is inspired by the astonishing art and poetry of Dadaist Jean Arp and his love for the artist-dancer Sophie Taeuber, his collaborator and muse. After Sophie’s death, Arp tore up and reassembled some of their work so that he could once again create with her. Through dazzling music, magical dance and stunning costume, Amphora evokes the incandescence of Arp and Taueber’s relationship and its poignant conclusion.
£5 early bird online till 10th July, £7.50 in advance online, £9.50 in person/on phone/ on the door at the venue.
Delight in some Debussy this lunchtime as CantiaQuorum celebrates his centenary year with a programme that places him at the heart of France’s musical makeup. Come and hear Debussy’s impressionist masterpieces interwoven with gems from Rameau, Charles Trennet and Messiaen - un mélange magnifique!