Event Category: Events in Kent
The Sine Nomine singers present a programme of music both ancient and modern from England and Spain. The organ soloist at the Sine Nomine Singers’ “home” venue will be Stephen Davies and the conductor Jonny Davies. Tonight’s centrepiece is Vaughan Williams’ Mass for double choir (1921) , often described as the first distinctively English mass since the 16th Century. Works by Vittorio and Guerrero provide some Iberian flair, with Bax and Philips bringing us back to Blighty.
The Sine Nomine Singers are a chamber choir based in South London. If you want to hear them in a less formal and more festive context, they will also be singing on Tuesday 12th December at The Oval Tavern, supporting Belshazzar’s Feast (not the Walton work, the duo!)
£10 on the door or via we.gottickets.com/theukulele (under 16s and job seekers, £5)