Benjamin Goodson conductor
Juliet Stevenson reader – subject to availability
"They are at rest"
Parry – Never weather-beaten sail from Songs of Farewell
Kodály – Esti dal (Evening song)
Rachmaninov – Nine otpushchayeshi (Nunc dimittis) from All-Night Vigil (Vespers) Op 37
Poulenc – Un soir de neige
Howells – Requiem
Cecilia McDowall – Standing as I do before God
Brahms – Warum ist das Licht gegeben? Op 74 No 1
Elgar – They are at rest
Interspersed with readings
Bath Camerata, the city’s award-winning chamber choir, performs a concert specially devised for Remembrance Day on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First WorldWar. It contains a cappella music with an appropriately elegiac and reflective tone by composers from some of the countries – Britain, Hungary, Russia, France and Germany – caught up in the conflict. The music is complemented by poetry and prose appropriate to the occasion, read by the much-loved actor Juliet Stevenson.
Box Office: 01225 463362
Event Code MF 4
St Mary’s Bathwick is a 12-minute walk from the city centre, and served by the U18 bus to Bathwick Hill. There is some on-street parking nearby (free on Sundays).
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