Clothworkers Concert of Leeds offers a programme of choral music featuring Darius Milhaud’s arresting Naissance de Vénus, Paul Hindemith’s Six Chansons, The Musgrave’s Four Madrigals and works by Copland, Dello Joio and Hennagin.
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CCL joins Leeds Haydn Players for a performance of Mozart’s Requiem. The concert, directed by Melvin Tan, also includes the overture to Cosi fan tutte and and the Haffner Symphony
A programme of choral music for Advent and Christmas featuring works by Johannes Brahms, Michael Praetorius, Peter Warlock and Derri Joseph Lewis, along with traditional favourites and modern classics.
Clothworkers Consort of Leeds joins Skipton Camerata under the direction of Ben Crick, with soloists Jennifer Clark, Katie Sharpe, Michael Jones and White Mills for a performance of Handel’s great oratorio.
Clothworkers Consort of Leeds celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a concert welcoming back alumni from our two decades of work. The concert will feature performances by this year’s choir and by the reunion choir, including Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Mass in G.
A programme of choral music for Advent and Christmas featuring works by Judith Weir, William Byrd and Heinrich Schütz, along with traditional favourites and modern classics.
Programme Corelli Christmas Concerto Bach Cantata 140 ‘Wachet auf' Crick A Yorkshire Nativity (first performance) The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds Skipton Building Society Camerata Ben Crick conductor
Tickets Full: £12 Concession: £10 Featuring guest baritone soloist Leslie John Flanagan (University of Oklahoma) A candlelit concert of music for the festive season, in the beautiful intimate surroundings of the Leeds Universities Catholic Chaplaincy. We are delighted to welcome our special guest soloist, Les Flanagan, for his second successive appearance in our Advent &...
The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds are joined by the early music band Eboracum Baroque and bass soloist Stuart O'Hara for a programme of music in celebration of St Cecilia's Day. The concert with feature Henry Purcell's trumpet sonata, his Cecilian ode 'Welcome to all the pleasures', and the modern premiere of William Norris's 'Begin the...
Amy Freston soprano Hannah Mason mezzo soprano Richard Rowe tenor Leslie John Flanagan bass The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds Skipton Building Society Camerata Ben Crick conductor A perennial favourite and the traditional start to Christmas, Handel’s Messiah is as popular now as it was over two and a half centuries ago, from the heartfelt simplicity of ‘I know that my...