2001/2002 season

Our 2001/2002 season included

Beethoven  Symphony No. 9  David Parry
Beethoven  Symphony No. 9  Roger Norrington
Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius  Mark Elder
Handel  Messiah  Owain Arwel Hughes
Holst  The Planets  Marin Alsop
Haydn, Dvorak, Brahms  various  Donald Hoskins
Mendelssohn  Elijah  Kurt Masur
Rachmaninoff  Vespers  Neville Creed
Verdi  Requiem  David Angus


Verdi  Requiem
Sunday 21 October 2001
3.00 pm,  Glyndebourne

In aid of the CLIC nurse appeal

David Angus  conductor
Amanda Roocroft  soprano
Louise Winter  mezzo-soprano
David Rendall  tenor
Matthew Best  bass

London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Verdi  Requiem


Rachmaninoff  Vespers
Sunday 28 October 2001
7.30 pm,  St Giles’, Cripplegate, Barbican

Sunday 25 November 2001
5.00 pm,  St Botolph’s, Aldgate

Neville Creed  conductor

London Philharmonic Choir

Rachmaninoff  Vespers
sung by candlelight


Beethoven  Symphony No. 9
Friday 7 December 2001
7.30 pm,  Royal Festival Hall

Roger Norrington  conductor
Christine Brewer  soprano
Carolin Masur  mezzo-soprano
Stuart Neill  tenor
Matti Salminen  bass

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Beethoven  Symphony No. 8 in F
Beethoven  Symphony No. 9 in D minor


Beethoven  Symphony No. 9
Sunday 30 December 2001
3.00 pm,  Barbican Hall

David Parry  conductor
Alba Ventura  piano
Christine Bunning  soprano
Yvonne Howard  alto
Peter Bronder  tenor
Clive Bayley  bass

Philharmonia Orchestra
Members of:
London Philharmonic Choir
and Royal Choral Society

Beethoven  Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major
Beethoven  Symphony No. 9 in D minor


Handel  Messiah
Friday 22 February & 1 March 2002
7.30 pm,  Royal Festival Hall

Owain Arwel Hughes  conductor
Sally Matthews  soprano
Patricia Bardon  mezzo-soprano
Alfred Boe  tenor
Stephan Loges  baritone

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Handel  Messiah


Holst  The Planets
Saturday 9 March 2002
6.00 pm,  Royal Festival Hall

Dogon Tribe, Mali, West Africa

Ritual Masque Dancing and Singing
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Philip Pickett  director
Faye Newton  soprano
Michael George  bass

New London Consort

The Round Dance of the Stars
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Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan

Classical Indian Song and Music
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Marin Alsop  conductor

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Ladies of the London Philharmonic Choir

Holst  The Planets
Colin Matthews  Pluto


Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius
Sunday 21 April 2002
7.30 pm,  Royal Festival Hall

Mark Elder  conductor
Sarah Connolly  mezzo-soprano
Donald Kaasch  tenor
Alastair Miles  baritone

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
The Choir of The Temple Church, London

Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius


Rachmaninoff  Vespers
Sunday 19 May 2002
3.00 pm,  Worth Abbey, West Sussex

In aid of CLIC

Neville Creed  conductor

London Philharmonic Choir

Rachmaninoff  Vespers


Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius
Wednesday 26 June 2002
8.00 pm,  St Paul’s Cathedral

City of London Festival

Mark Elder  conductor
Charlotte Hellekant  mezzo-soprano
Dennis O’Neill  tenor
Matthew Best  baritone

Hallé Orchestra
Hallé Chorus
London Philharmonic Choir

Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius


Haydn, Dvorak, Brahms
Sunday 7 July 2002
7.45 pm,  Queen Elizabeth Hall

Donald Hoskins  conductor
Neville Creed  chorusmaster / conductor
Carol Smith  soprano
Jonathan Gunthorpe  baritone

Aminta Chamber Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Haydn  Te Deum in C
Schubert  Symphony No. 5 in B flat
Brahms  Schicksalslied
Dvorak  Slavonic Dance in G minor Op. 46 No. 8
Dvorak  Slavonic Dance in B Op. 72 No. 1
Dvorak  Te Deum


Russian and French Opera Classics
Saturday 20 July 2002
7.30 pm,  Symphony Hall, Birmingham

David Lloyd-Jones  conductor
Judith Howarth  soprano
Pavlo Hunka  baritone

Philharmonia Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Glinka  Russlan and Ludmilla Overture
Borodin  excerpts from Prince Igor
Gounod  excerpts from Faust
Bizet  Prelude to Carmen and excerpts
Mussorgsky  Prologue and Coronation Scene from Boris Godunov
Berlioz  Royal Hunt and Storm from The Trojans
Tchaikovsky  Tatiana’s Letter Scene and Polonaise from
Eugene Onegin
Borodin  Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor


Mendelssohn  Elijah
Sunday 1 September 2002
7.00 pm,  Royal Albert Hall
Prom 56

Kurt Masur  conductor
Alastair Miles  Elijah
Janice Watson  soprano
Rebecca Nash  soprano
Karen Cargill  mezzo-soprano
Rachael Lloyd  mezzo-soprano
Kim Begley  tenor
Thomas Walker  2nd tenor
Daniel Jordan  bass-baritone
Darren Jeffery  bass

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
Philharmonia Chorus

Mendelssohn  Elijah