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Leeds Town Hall
A chance to enjoy a programme from the young musicians of Leeds Cathedral Choir School, Holy Rosary and St Anne’s Catholic Primary School in Chapeltown.
Leeds Town Hall
At the heart of Darius Battiwalla’s programme of vivid and spectacular musical contrasts comes the extended Pastorale by Bourdeaux-born musician (Jean Jules Aimable) Roger-Ducasse, a composer known invariably only by his double-barrelled surname.
Yet another programme promising much fascinating music making for truly compulsive listening. The recitals by Benjamin Saunders are invariably a real highlight of our concert year in Leeds and he begins this year with the Concerto in G minor for solo organ by Matthew Camidge, of the famed York Minster 18th/19th century musical dynasty.
Today’s programme provides a second opportunity this season to hear music from Leeds youngsters at one of the small number of primary schools based within the City Centre.
David’s programme of organ classics includes Bach’s Concerto in G, arranged from an orchestral original now believed to be by Prince Johann Ernst but attributed previously to Antonio Vivaldi, Franck’s hauntingly beautiful Prélude, Fugue et Variation and the first of Howells’s four Rhapsodies for organ.
For the final concert of the season, City Organist Simon Lindley is once again joined by the Boy Choristers, Choral Scholars and Lay Clerks of the Choir of Leeds Minster featuring solo artists Christopher Trenholme and Quentin Brown in William Lloyd Webber’s magnificent, yet very rarely heard, Passiontide Cantata The Saviour.
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