Concerts

The Exon Singers are available for Festival appearances, recitals and concerts. Sample programmes are listed here and many others are available. Please contact the concertsmanager@exonsingers.org.uk for further details. The programming caters for all tastes and occasions, from atmospheric candlelit concerts to more informal and relaxed occasions with introductions by the conductor. You or your organisation may have specific requests for a concert or your series which we would be happy to consider.

Victoria Vespers

Victoria Vespers

This reconstruction, by Renaissance scholar, Jon Dixon, lasts just over an hour. It assembles some of the great Spanish Renaissance composer’s finest double and triple choir music and is interspersed with Gregorian Chant. It makes for a perfect short concert in its own right or could form one extended help of a concert. It is particulary atmospheric with candlelight. The Exon Singers have made the first recording of the work with Delphian Records.
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Saints Of God

Saints Of God

The Exon Singers present a programme of choral music by a range of composers inspired by the stories of saints throughout the ages.

Sample Programme:

  • Mendelssohn How lovely are the messengers
  • Bruckner Ecce sacerdos
  • Harris Strengthen ye, the weak hands
  • Britten
    • Hymn of St Columba
    • Hymn of St Peter
    • Hymn of St Cecilia

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 Icons

Icons

Music by the great spiritualist composers of our time: John Tavener, Arvo Pärt, James MacMillan and Gabriel Jackson.
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George Lloyd Requiem

George Lloyd Requiem

“Lloyd’s final work, movingly performed” (Gramophone)

Written in the last year of his life, George Lloyd’s final work occupies a very special place in his output. The 45 minute Requiem is dedicated to the memory of Diana, Princess of Wales but it is hardly a grand public statement, rather a frail composer’s very personal leave-taking. Completed in pencil in January 1998, the full score was not produced in ink until the beginning of June. Three weeks later the composer was dead.
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