Photo: Nick Rutter

It’s been called “a heavenly harmony”, but there’s only one real way to appreciate the kaleidoscopic beauty of Thomas Tallis’s 40-part motet Spem in alium, and that’s to hear it for yourself. 450 years since its creation, the Tallis Scholars join the superb young singers of the National Youth Chamber Choir for a programme that also includes Allegri’s Miserere: a sublime Saffron Hall debut for this world-famous vocal ensemble. 

Sponsored by Dominic & Ali Wallis


Tallis: Loquebantur variis linguis
Tallis: Suscipe quaeso
Pärt: The woman with the alabaster box
Byrd: Gaudeamus omnes - (performed by the National Youth Chamber Choir)
Byrd: Tribue, domine


Allegri: Miserere (joined by National Youth Chamber Choir Basses)
Croce: Miserere Mei
Pärt: Tribute to Caesar
Tallis: Spem in alium - (performed with the National Youth Chamber Choir)


The Tallis Scholars

National Youth Chamber Choir

Conductor - Peter Phillips


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