2005/2006 season

Our 2005/2006 season included

Anderson  I’m a pilgrim  Neville Creed
Beethoven  Symphony No. 9  David Parry
Bernstein  Chichester Psalms  Neville Creed
Farrington  Rejoice!  Neville Creed
Handel  Dettingen Te Deum  Stephen Layton
Handel  FUNharmonics Family Concert  Alexander Briger
Handel  Zadok the Priest  Stephen Layton
Howells  Requiem  Neville Creed
Wynton Marsalis  All Rise  Kurt Masur
Mozart  Requiem  Vladimir Jurowski
Mozart  Te Deum Laudamus  Stephen Layton
Orff  Carmina Burana  Andrew Greenwood
Rachmaninoff  The Bells  Mark Elder
Rachmaninoff  The Bells  Vladimir Jurowski
Rossini  Stabat Mater  Paolo Olmi
Turnage  A Relic of Memory  Vladimir Jurowski
Walton  Belshazzar’s Feast  Peter Stark

Marsalis  All Rise
Sunday 2 October 2005
7.30 pm,  Royal Albert Hall

Wynton Marsalis
Kurt Masur  conductor

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
London Adventist Chorale
London Philharmonic Choir

Wynton Marsalis  All Rise

Orff  Carmina Burana
Saturday 29 October 2005
7.30 pm,  Royal Albert Hall

Andrew Greenwood  conductor
John Birch  organ
Gail Pearson  soprano
Iain Paton  tenor
Grant Doyle  baritone

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
Royal Choral Society
Hertfordshire Chorus
Southend Boys’ Choir

Berlioz  Rákóczy March
Saint-Saëns  Symphony No. 3 in C minor (Organ)
Orff  Carmina Burana

Rachmaninoff  The Bells
Saturday 12 November 2005
7.30pm,  Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Mark Elder  conductor
Tatiana Pavlovskaya  soprano
John Daszak  tenor
Mikhail Petrenko  bass

Hallé Orchestra
Hallé Choir
London Philharmonic Choir

Glinka  Kamarinskaya
Shostakovich  Ten Songs of the Fool (from King Lear)

Borodin  Symphony No. 1 in E flat

Rachmaninoff  The Bells

Rossini  Stabat Mater
Wednesday 23 November 2005
7.30 pm,  Queen Elizabeth Hall*

Thursday 24 November 2005
8.30 pm,  St John Lateran, Rome
IV Festival Internazionale di Musica e Arte Sacra

Paolo Olmi  conductor
Lucia Aliberti  soprano
Francesca Provvisionato  mezzo-soprano
David Alegret  tenor
Manrico Signorini  bass

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Mozart  Symphony No. 40 in G minor*
Rossini  Stabat Mater

Handel in the House
Sunday 27 November 2005
11am–12pm & 1pm–2pm,  Queen Elizabeth Hall
FUNharmonics Family Concert

Alexander Briger  conductor
Matthew Sharp  presenter

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Handel  Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Water Music – Air and Hornpipe

Zadok the Priest
Music for the Royal Fireworks – Overture
Messiah (excerpt)

Mozart  Requiem
Saturday 10 December 2005
7.30 pm,  Queen Elizabeth Hall

Vladimir Jurowski  conductor
Boris Garlitsky, Pieter Schoeman  violins
Katie van Kooten  soprano
Liora Grodnikaite  mezzo-soprano
Andrew Kennedy  tenor
Darren Jeffery  bass-baritone

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Mozart  Masonic Funeral Music
Stravinsky  Symphonies of Wind Instruments
Pärt  Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten
Pärt  Tabula Rasa
Mozart  Requiem

Christmas Classics
Tuesday 20 December 2005
7.30 pm,  Royal Albert Hall

Christopher Warren-Green  conductor
Mark Stone  baritone

Fanfare Trumpeters of the Band of the Welsh Guards
London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Christmas Classics

Beethoven  Symphony No. 9
Thursday 29 December 2005
7.30 pm,  Barbican Hall

David Parry  conductor
Roger Owens  piano
Camilla Roberts  soprano
Wendy Dawn Thompson  alto
Andrew Kennedy  tenor
Iain Paterson  bass

Royal Philharmonic 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

"The human face of this lament, set to a morbid Shakespeare sonnet and fragments of the Requiem Mass, is in the chorus, and the London Philharmonic Choir inflected its stark lines with great responsiveness."
The Times

Turnage  A Relic of Memory,  Jurowski

"With singing of discipline and strength from the London Philharmonic Choir and characterful work from the soloists, this was a performance that revealed the work’s dynamism and grace."
The Guardian

Mozart  Requiem,  Jurowski

Choral Concert
Friday 10 March 2006
7.30 pm,  Middle Temple Hall, Middle Temple Lane, EC4

Neville Creed  conductor
Iain Farrington  organ
Helen Cole  harp
Rachel Gledhill  percussion

London Philharmonic Choir

Mozart  Ave Verum
Mozart  Te Deum
Reubke  Sonata on the 94th Psalm – Allegro
Brahms  Geistliches Lied
Bruckner  Ave Maria
Parry  I was glad
Britten  Jubilate
Stanford  Beati quorum via; Coelos ascendit hodie
Tavener  Hymn to the Mother of God
Britten  Suite for Harp – Overture and Hymn
Bernstein  Chichester Psalms

Concert in aid of the
London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund and the Middle Temple Scholarship Appeal

Handel & Mozart
Thursday 30 March 2006
7.30 pm,  Queen Elizabeth Hall

Stephen Layton  conductor
Nicholas Carpenter  basset clarinet
Graeme Broadbent  bass

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Gabrieli  Canzona noni toni
Handel  Zadok the Priest
Mozart  Clarinet Concerto in A
Mozart  Te Deum Laudamus
Gabrieli  Sonata pian’ e forte
Handel  Dettingen Te Deum

Cathcart Spring Prom
Thursday 11 May 2006
8.00 pm,  Royal Albert Hall

David Arnold  conductor
Angela Rippon  presenter
Opera Babes
Victoria Goldsmith  violin
Wynne Evans  tenor
Pipe Major Jim Motherwell  pipes
Violin duo Kin

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Programme to include:
Shostakovich  Festive Overture
Verdi  Dies Irae (Requiem)
Orff  O Fortuna (Carmina Burana)
Paganini  Violin Concerto No. 2 – 3rd movement
Williams  Remembrances (Schindler’s List)
Vaughan Williams  Overture The Wasps
Bellini  Casta Diva and Duet (Norma)
Bizet  Chanson Bohème (Carmen)
Steinman / Meat Loaf (arr. Arnold)  Bat Out of Hell
Puccini  Nessun Dorma (Turandot)
Queen (arr. Arnold)  One Vision
Wood  Fantasia on British Sea Songs (excerpts)
Parry  Jerusalem
Arne  Rule Britannia
Elgar  Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1

Gala Organ Concert
Friday 12 May 2006
7.30 pm,  Royal Albert Hall

Robin Stapleton  conductor
John Birch  organ
Stephen Disley  organ
Deborah Norman  soprano

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

Mascagni  Cavalleria Rusticana – Intermezzo and Easter Hymn
Handel  Zadok the Priest; Hallelujah Chorus
Elgar  Land of Hope and Glory
Saint-Saëns  Symphony No. 3 in C minor (Organ)
Bach/Gounod  Ave Maria
Walton  Crown Imperial
Bach  Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Pachelbel  Canon
Widor  Symphony No. 5 in F – Toccata

Sacred British Choral Music of the 20th and 21st Centuries for Choir and Organ
Sunday 4 June 2006
7.00 pm,  St Giles’, Cripplegate, Barbican

Neville Creed  conductor
Iain Farrington  organ

London Philharmonic Choir

Elgar  Give unto the Lord
Tavener  The Tyger
C. S. Lang  Tuba Tune
Howells  Requiem
Farrington  Rejoice!
Anderson  I’m a pilgrim from Four American Choruses
Tavener  Song for Athene
Mathias  Jubilate
Tippett  Five Negro Spirituals from A Child of Our Time

Concert in partnership with APH in aid of the NSPCC.

Turnage  A Relic of Memory
Rachmaninoff  The Bells

Wednesday 23 August 2006
7.30 pm,  Royal Albert Hall
Prom 53

Vladimir Jurowski  conductor
Nikolai Lugansky  piano
Tatiana Monogarova  soprano
Vsevolod Grivnov  tenor
Sergei Leiferkus  baritone

London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
Philharmonia Chorus

Mark-Anthony Turnage  A Relic of Memory (UK première)
Prokofiev  Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor
Rachmaninoff  The Bells

Walton  Belshazzar’s Feast
Saturday 2 September 2006
8.00 pm,  Cathedral & Abbey Church of St Alban, St Albans

Peter Stark  conductor
David Wilson-Johnson  baritone

Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra
Hertfordshire County Youth Choir
London Philharmonic Choir

Sibelius  Symphony No. 5 in E flat
Walton  Belshazzar’s Feast