Past concerts

During the last few years the Chorale has performed the following concerts:

  • 2016 November: Mozart: Missa Brevis in D minor, Laudate Dominum, and other pieces
  • 2016 June: Pastorale, a concert of music inspired by nature,
  • 2015 October: Brahms Lieder
  • 2015 April: A Little Jazz Mass by Bob Chilcott, jazz-spirituals, and gospel-style songs
  • 2014: ICB On Broadway – a concert of songs from musicals and films
  • 2013: A Christmas Concert of Monteverdi with Christmas carols and other festive songs
  • 2013: In The Mood : Popular  Classics for Choirs and other favourites
  • 2012: Funeral Music for Queen Mary – Purcell / I Flauti Dolci/ Requiem – Fauré
  • 2012: Karl Jenkins Sacred Songs, and other works
  • 2011: Liszt 200th anniversary concert, featuring Missa Choralis and other vocal works.
  • 2011: Young Mozart: Missa Brevis K65 and other early works.
  • 2010: Palestrina: Missa Aeterna Christi Munera, Britten: Te Deum in C
  • 2010: J Stainer: “Crucifixion” & F Mendelssohn: “Hear My Prayer”
  • 2009: F Schubert: “Deutsche Messe”, M Tippett: “Five Negros Spirituals” & D Runswick: “Five American Folksongs”
  • 2009: J Haydn: “Sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze”
  • 2008: Vaughan-Willams: “Hodie”
  • 2008: Haydn: “Creation”
  • 2007: Dvorak: Mass in D and Elgar: “Songs from the Bavarian Highlands”
  • 2007: Orff: “Carmina Burana” and Brahms: “Schicksalslied”
  • 2006: Mozart: “Requiem”, “Grabmusik” and “Ave Verum Corpus”
  • 2005: Haydn’s “Nelson Mass”, Handel’s “The King Shall Rejoice” and Vaughan-Williams songs performed by the Brussels Madrigals ensemble
  • 2005: Schubert’s “Deutsche Messe” and Poulenc’s “Gloria”
  • 2004: Gounod’s “Messe Solenelle de St Cécile” and Purcell’s “Come, Ye Sons of Art”. This concert was dedicated to the memory of Stan Dickinson, our chairman for many years.
  • 2004: Mozart’s “Vesperae Solennes de Confessore” and Vivaldi’s “Gloria”
  • 2004: Brahms’ “Ein Deutsches Requiem”
  • 2003: Haydn’s “Seven Last Words from the Cross”
  • 2002: Britten’s “St Nicolas”
  • 2002: Handel’s “Messiah”
  • 2001: Carol Concert with “Carols for Christmas” organisation in Palais des Beaux Arts
  • 2001: Elgar’s “The Music Makers” plus Faure’s Requiem
  • 2001: Vaughan-Williams’ “Hodie”
  • 2000: Haydn’s “Creation”
  • 1999: Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio” plus Vaughan-Williams’ “Fantasia on Christmas Carols”
  • 1999: Bach’s “St Matthew Passion”
  • 1998: Christmas concert (extracts from Handel’s Messiah plus carols)
  • 1998: Haydn’s “Nelson Mass”
  • 1998: Brahms’ “Song of Destiny”, Vaughan-Williams’ “Serenade to Music” and Elgar’s “Songs from the Bavarian Highlands”.
  • Previous concerts have included works by Handel, Mozart, Saint-Saens, Schubert, Toch, Purcell, Borodin, Pergolesi, Vivaldi, Bruckner, Gibbons, Dowland, Stanford and others.