Stephen Layton conducts the National Youth Choir on a musical journey from Paris to the Baltic.

"Tremendously fresh" - The Guardian, August 2012


Programme

  • Poulenc - Exultate Deo
  • Messiaen - O Sacrum Convivium
  • Frank Martin - Unaccompanied Mass for Double Choir
  • Miškinis - Angelis suis Deus
  • Ešenvalds - Salutation *World Premiere commissioned by the NYCGB New Music Programme
  • Praulins - Missa Rigensis
  • Łukaszewski - Nunc Dimittis

Description

For his first concert with the National Youth Choir, Stephen Layton has chosen a vibrant and varied programme that traces the European choral avant-garde's 20th century movement from West to East. Starting with the angular fanfares of Poulenc's 'Exultate Deo', and ending in the watchful rapture of Łukaszewski's 'Nunc Dimittis', the concert also includes the world premiere of a new work by Ēriks Ešenvalds, commissioned by the NYCGB New Music Programme.


Performers

  • National Youth Choir of Great Britain
  • Stephen Layton (Conductor)

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