Thomas Tallis Society Choir, conducted by Mark Wilde, will perform a programme of music reflecting the joy and serenity of the heavens in the stunning setting of St Alfege Church, Greenwich.
The Thomas Tallis Society Choir open their first concert of the season on Sunday 6 October with a programme of music reflecting the joy and serenity of the heavens. The programme includes Hubert Parry's Blest Pair of Sirens and Faire is the Heaven by William Harris. The heavenly music of contemporary composers is represented by Hail Queen of Heaven, by the Latvian composer, Rihards Dubra, Bring Us O Lord, by the Scottish composer, James MacMillan and Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars, by the English composer, Jonathan Dove. The programme concludes with the beautiful Requiem by Duruflé. The choir will be accompanied by organist Douglas Tang. TTS are pleased to welcome as musical director for this concert, Mark Wilde, international tenor, musical director and professor of vocal studies at the Royal Academy of Music.