|Elgar||My love dwelt in a northern land|
|Sibelius||Min rastas raataa (What the thrush toils)|
|Män från slätten och havet (Men from plain and sea)|
|Sibelius||Rakastava (The lover)|
|Sibelius||Sortunut ääni (The broken voice)|
|Saarella palaa (Fire on the island)|
|Elgar||Owls (An Epitaph)|
|O Wild west wind!|
|Sibelius||Sydämeni laulu (Song of my heart)|
|Venematka (The boat journey)|
|Matthew Whittall||Lauantaisauna (Saturday sauna)|
This an online streaming event. To go to the in-hall performance please click here.
After the live broadcast the event will be available on demand until Thu 10 Jun, 11.59pm
Under their director George Parris, The Carice Singers are becoming well-known for superb performances and imaginative programmes. Here they focus on two world-famous contemporaries, Elgar and Sibelius who, despite coming from opposite ends of Europe, share many inﬂuences, traits and tensions in their music. The programme travels between the Malvern Hills and Finnish forests, ending in the steamy embrace of Matthew Whittall’s evocation of a Saturday evening sauna.
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The concert is generously supported by the Nicholas John Trust