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Sun Music

Event

Sun Music

  • Date: Sunday, 8 November 2020, 3pm and 6pm
  • Venue: Verbrugghen Hall — Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
  • Tickets: Standard: $60 | Concession: $55 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Sun Music is a celebration of light. It begins with the bright Australian dawn in Nigel Butterley’s joyfully exuberant Morning Fanfare and Clare Maclean’s We Welcome Summer. A spectrum of light, shade and tonal colours is shown in three contrasting movements from Scottish composer James MacMillan’s Strathclyde Motets. The program concludes with a masterwork of the twentieth century, the Requiem of Maurice Duruflé. This is a mass for the departed but also one for the living – offering a vision of an eternal light. This is a concert suffused with warmth and hope for an injured world.

Program

Nigel Butterley - Morning Fanfare
Clare Maclean - We Welcome Summer
James MacMillan - Benedicimus Deum caeli
James MacMillan - Lux aeterna
James MacMillan - O Radiant Dawn
Maurice Duruflé - Requiem

Artists

Sydney Chamber Choir
Sam Allchurch, Artistic Director
David Drury, Organ

Featured non-Australian music: MacMillan, Maurice Duruflé

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to admin@cityrecitalhall.com

Featured Australian Works

The True Samaritan : four unaccompanied motets (1958) ['Morning fanfare'] by Nigel Butterley
— performed by Sam Allchurch and Sydney Chamber Choir
We welcome summer : SATB choir (1996) by Clare Maclean
— performed by Sam Allchurch and Sydney Chamber Choir

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