Ex Cathedra Choir & Baroque Orchestra
Ex Cathedra Academy of Vocal Music
Jeffrey Skidmore conductor
Katie Trethewey soprano
Martha McLorinan alto
Samuel Boden tenor
Greg Skidmore bass
Bach Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (BWV 8)
Bach Darzu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes (BWV 40)
Roth A time to be born and a time to die (world première)
Join us for the launch of our 50th anniversary celebrations, and an exciting series of commissions that will renew our understanding of the Baroque repertoire we love. We start with the theme of “beginnings & endings”, with a world première from our composer-in-residence Alec Roth, and with two sublime cantatas by Bach.
Pre-concert talk, 6.15pm: Alec and Jeffrey introduce the programme with live examples.
This concert forms part of the newly revived biennial Birmingham Festival of Early Music, which also includes our performances of Purcell’s The Indian Queen. Full festival details to follow.
£25 / £20 / £13 including per ticket commission
£8 – aged 18-30, not in full-time education
£5 – under 18s and students in full-time education (why not get the Student Pulse Birmingham app and earn rewards too)
Tickets are on general sale from 5 June, when you can book:
– online via the link above or call the THSH box office on 0121 780 3333
– online via The Bramall box office or call 0121 414 4414
Priority booking is available to our Host of Angels, with thanks for their generous support:
– Archangels, Thrones & Seraphim – 24 May
– Guardian Angels – 29 May
– Angels & group bookings – 1 June
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Book for 3 or more different concerts through the THSH Box Office and save up to 30%. THSH’s ‘per ticket commission’ will also be waived, worth up to £3 per ticket. There is a Ticket Exchange Scheme should your plans change. Read more…
Early Bird Discount
Save 10% if you book via the THSH box office by 30 June 2018 with our Early Bird Discount. This can be additional to any concert package savings.