NYC return to the Snape Proms with music of mindfulness, mindlessness, and the places in between.


  • Kenneth Leighton - God's grandeur
  • Kerry Andrew - By any other name
  • James Chan - Speaking
  • Alexander Campkin - Unwatch'd
  • Robert Schumann - Drei Lieder Op.62
  • Ivor Gurney - Since I believe in God
  • Nico Muhly - Gentle sleep
  • Maurice Ravel - Trois chansons
  • Sergei Rachmaninov - Bogoroditse Devo
  • Ben Parry - One equal music WORLD PREMIERE
  • Errollyn Wallen - My granny Sarah WORLD PREMIERE*
  • Benjamin Britten - Rejoice in the lamb

*NYCGB New Music Programme commission, generously supported by the John S. Cohen Foundation and Ambache Charitable Trust.


Inspired by NYCGB's 2018 artistic theme of 'Music and the mind', the brilliant young voices of the National Youth Choir - "a young choir on blazing form" (theartsdesk) present a programme that's all about mental states. From Benjamin Britten's bounding setting of Christopher Smart's asylum poem 'Jubilate agno' ('Rejoice in the lamb') to new music receiving its first performance tonight, this is a concert that goes to the heart - and mind - of who we are.

Visitors to Snape Maltings can also see a free exhibition of visual art curated by the Created out of Mind hub at Wellcome Collection and developed in collaboration with people living with different kinds of dementias.

Part of the NYCGB Summerfest 2018


  • National Youth Choir of Great Britain
  • Ben Parry (Conductor)


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