Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus concerts 2014–15

Friday 7th November 2014 Sheffield City Hall, 7pm

  • Mozart Great Mass in C Minor
  • Mendelssohn Overture: The Fair Melusine
  • Wagner Siegfried Idyll

Gillian Keith (soprano I), Anna Dennis (soprano II), Sam Furness (tenor), Matthew Hargreaves (bass)

Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, Gentlemen of Sheffield Cathedral Choir

Northern Sinfonia, James Burton

Saturday 13th December 2014, Sheffield City Hall, 3pm and 7pm

  • Christmas concert

Paulette Edwards (presenter)

Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Black Dyke Band, Dr Nicholas Childs

2nd May 2015, Sheffield Anglican Cathedral

  • Bruckner Mass in E minor and other works
  • Gorecki Totus Tuus
  • Tavener Svyati
  • Messiaen Quatuor pour la fin du temps

Sheffield Camerata, Darius Battiwalla - Music Director

Simon Turner ('cello)

Sunday 17th May 2015, Sheffield City Hall, 7pm

  • Schubert Symphony No.3
  • Beethoven Symphony No.9 'Choral'

Claire Meghnagi soprano, Hannah Pedley mezzo, Andrew Rees tenor, Paul Carey Jones baritone

Warsaw Philharmonic, Jacek Kaspszyk conductor

Tuesday 9th June 2015, Doc/Fest, Crucible Theatre, 8.30pm

Festival of the Mind presents 'Sounds of the Cosmos' as part of Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival (Doc/Fest)

  • Holst The Planets

Paul Crowther - commentary;

Sheffield Rep. Orchestra, George Morton - Conductor

Women's voices from Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, Darius Battiwalla - Conductor

Embark on a breathtaking voyage to the outer limits of the universe as Gustav Holst’s The Planets is performed by the Sheffield Rep. Orchestra conducted by George Morton and accompanied by images of interplanetary odysseys and newly commissioned visuals by Sheffield creative design agency Human and a commentary from astronomer Paul Crowther. Brought to you by the University of Sheffield Departments of Music and Physics/Astronomy, Festival of the Mind.

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