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Saturday 25 April 2020

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    • 9:30am – Registration

10:00am – Warm-up in the nave
10:20am – Disperse for Group Practice
12:30pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Tallis Motets in Quire
1:45pm – Tutti rehearsal in nave
3:30pm – Concert Performances
4:00pm – Tea
4:30pm – Evensong in Quire

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  • Gloucester Cathedral

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  • Adrian Partington – conductor

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Tickets: £20

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Sorry, but this event cannot be booked via our box office.

Come and Listen

If you are coming along with a singer or just want to listen to this wonderful music in the unique acoustic of Gloucester Cathedral, please feel free to do so. A performance of Tallis’ motets is also planned during the lunch break for all to enjoy.

See our Spem in Alium 2014 on YouTube

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Are you a singer looking for a fabulous experience?

We offer the opportunity for up to 320 singers to spend a day in Gloucester Cathedral learning and performing this beautiful, complex and seldom-performed work. A forty-part motet, originally composed in 1570 for 8 choirs of 5 voices each, Spem in Alium requires discipline from the singers and extraordinary control from the conductor.

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How it will work

Singers will rehearse in 8 smaller choirs and perform together twice. Each choir will be made up of 10 soprano, 8 alto 1, 8 alto 2, 6 tenor and 8 bass voices.

It’s going to be fun and a real work out for brains and vocal cords.

For all questions, please contact Peter Holmes by email.

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