Please note that although this concert is sold out online, there will be a limited number of tickets available on the door.
It is with regret that due to unforeseen circumstances, Harry Christophers is no longer able to conduct this performance. We offer our apologies for this unavoidable situation and for any disappointment it may cause. However, we are delighted that The Sixteen’s Associate Conductor Eamonn Dougan is available to step in and take the baton for this concert.
The Sixteen’s most popular programme of all time returns for a mini UK tour and focuses on three composers’ unique devotion to the church. A new version of Allegri’s renowned Miserere is paired with James MacMillan’s own setting of the text and pieces by ‘The Prince of Polyphony’ Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
Eamonn Dougan conductor
Plainsong Regina caeli
Palestrina ‘Kyrie’ from Missa Regina caeli
James MacMillan Dominus dabit benignitatem
Allegri Miserere (evolution version)
James MacMillan Videns Dominus
Palestrina Stabat Mater a8
Palestrina Regina Caeli a8
Palestrina Vineam meam non custodivi
James MacMillan O radiant dawn
Palestrina Pulchrae sunt genae tuae
James MacMillan Miserere
Palestrina Agnus Dei I-III from Missa Regina caeli