Saturday 20 April 2024
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Tudor music with The Neville Consort at Holme Pierrepont Hall church

This February, West Bridgford’s professional vocal ensemble, The Neville Consort, will bring music fit for royalty to St Edmund’s Church, Holme Pierrepont Hall


The concert will transport listeners to Tudor England, featuring The Great Service of Elizabeth I’s favourite composer, William Byrd, If ye love me by Thomas Tallis and O Clap your hands together by Orlando Gibbons. 


Specialising in one-voice-per-part performances of European sacred music, The Neville Consort is composed of eight of the finest singers in the Midlands. This versatile, intimate ensemble conveys clarity of expression and subtlety of interpretation to elevate the music for performer and audience alike.

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Founder and Artistic Director, James Neville, was a Choral Scholar in the world-famous choir of King’s College Cambridge and studied conducting with Stephen Layton, director of internationally-acclaimed-ensemble, Polyphony.  


Set against the historic backdrop of Holme Pierrepont Hall on the edge of West Bridgford, this concert promises to be a feast of English choral music.


Advance tickets £14 via Eventbrite or £16 on the door.  Children under 16 free.  Parking is available outside the church.


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