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Sat 16th Feb at 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Red Note & Jam: Rejoice
@ St Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen
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Red Note & Jam: Rejoice: Red Note Ensemble, University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir, Edinburgh University Chamber Choir, University of St Andrews Chapel Choir, Michael Bawtree, Andrew Dickinson, Thomas Wilkinson
"Red Note and JAM collaborate for the first time to perform a world premiere by Phillip Cooke & a Scottish premiere by Julian Philips, along with works by Benjamin Britten, Kenneth Leighton and Rory Boyle. The choirs of Aberdeen, Edinburgh & St Andrews Universities will join forces for the only time this year for the 3 mind-blowing performances.
Britten - Rejoice in the Lamb
Leighton - Drop, drop still tears
Leighton - Paean
Rory Boyle - Tallis's Light
Julian Philips - Body of Water
Phillip Cooke - The Hazel Wood
Tickets: www.jamconcert.org/season or 0800 988 7984"
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Red Note is Scotland’s contemporary music ensemble, dedicated to developing and performing contemporary music to the highest standards, and taking the music out to audiences around and beyond Scotland.
The Ensemble performs the established classics of contemporary music; commissions new music; develops the work of new and emerging composers from around the world; and finds new spaces and new ways of performing contemporary music to attract new audiences.
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Venue: St Machar's Cathedral