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EVENT 7 - Magnificat and Philip Cave

Beverley Minster
Saturday 24 May 7:30pm

Tickets for this event are no longer available online, but tickets can be reserved by phoning the box office on 01904658338 and paid for on the door by CASH OR CHEQUE ONLY. 

  directed by Philip Cave
Reserved seating front central nave £25.00
Unreserved seating front side aisles £20.00
Unreserved seating rear nave £15.00 (concessions £13.00)

Amy Haworth, Amy Wood sopranos Sally Dunkley, Caroline Trevor altos
William Blake, Benedict Hymas tenors William Dawes, Giles Underwood basses

The Tudors at Prayer

Henry VIII, Mary, and Elizabeth I dominated the political, social and religious life of England during the 16th century. They all valued music deeply, and it formed an important part of their daily lives, both public and private; each monarch had a profound impact on the form and function of sacred music. Magnificat performs a programme of some of the most ineffable and sublime music of the age, offering music that may have accompanied their Highnesses' more introspective moments.

"Magnificat's cast list is about as good as it gets …” BBC Music Magazine
"The sound these singers make is exquisite..” The Sunday Times

Byrd Lamentations

White Christe qui lux IV

Parsons Ave Maria

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