Thu 23 Feb, Keble College Chapel
Keble College was founded in 1868 by the Tractarians, leaders of the Oxford Movement, to help students from poorer and humbler backgrounds to enter the Christian ministry. It is named after John Keble, priest and leader of the Oxford Movement. the chapel contains the original first version of the famous painting The Light of the World by William Holman Hunt.
Facilities: No refreshments or parking facilities. Disabled access.
Simon Ponsford - countertenor. Edward Higginbottom - director, organ. Sung Compline (free) follows at 9pm
ABENDMUSIK IN LÜBECK - 7.45pm
The Instruments of Time and Truth
Persephone Gibbs - Violin
Asako Morikawa - Gamba
Simon Ponsford - Countertenor
Edward Higginbottom - Director/Organ
Cantatas by Buxtehude and Tunder
Dietrich Buxtehude - Toccata/Prelude and Fugue
Franz Tunder - Salve mi Jesu
Dietrich Buxtehude - Sonata in a minor
J S Bach - Schliesse, mein Herz (from Christmas Oratorio)
Franz Tunder - Jesus Christus unser Heiland
Dietrich Buxtehude - Jubilate Deo
COMPLINE - 9pm
Sung to Plainchant by Keble College Choir
(follows directly after Abendmusik concert)
Part of the 2017 Keble Early Music Festival.
Compline by Candlelight sung to Plainchant by Keble College Choir follows at 9pm. All are welcome to stay free of charge
Duration: 1 hour 5mins