The Choir of St Catharine’s College (Cambridge) presents an anthology of choral works from the Renaissance to the Contemporary. Opening with works by William Byrd and Heinrich Schutz – in their anniversary years – the programme will include motets and songs from the English, German and French traditions and feature music by Brahms, Poulenc, Holst and Macmillan.
The Choir, directed by Edward Wickham, sings three services a week during University term in the College’s 18th century chapel. It has released several acclaimed recordings on the Resonus Classics labels, and broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and 4.
The event will be held in-person, registration is not required.