Sat 9 Mar, Exeter College
The chapel dominates the Front Quad of the College and plays frequent host to organ recitals, major services and various other musical and dramatic performances. The Chapel was built in 1850, and is an outstanding example of gothic architecture. The building and its decoration are in the style of the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.
Facilities: Toilets, Bar (College members only).
Celebrating 120 years since the birth of Francis Poulenc, Oxford Pro Musica Singers present a concert showcasing some of the best and most well-loved French choral classics from the 20th Century. The focus of the concert is Poulenc's Mass in G successfully mixing conventional and radical harmonies in this virtuosic unaccompanied setting of the Mass.
We also present both Debussy's popular Trois Chansons de Charles d'Orléans and Ravel's extremely challenging Trois Chansons, together with music by the well-loved American composer Morten Lauridsen – his Chansons des Roses.
Join OPMS for an evening of exciting and sublime choral music, and demonstrating why they are one of Oxford's premier choirs.
Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval
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