The twenty-somethings of the NYCGB Fellowship Programme sing music by twenty-somethings past and present. 


  • Monteverdi - O primavera, gioventú de l’anno;
  • Monteverdi - Rimanti in pace
  • Ramsey - Sleep, Fleshly Birth
  • Gombert - In te Domine speravi
  • Purcell - Hear my prayer, O Lord
  • Leighton - God’s Grandeur
  • Vaughan Williams - No longer mourn for me
  • Britten - A Hymn to the Virgin
  • Owain Park - Shakespeare Love Songs
  • David Hamilton - Caliban’s Song
  • Swingle - It was a lover
  • Trad. American - Shenandoah
  • Trad. Hawaiian arr. Eric Tuan - Sanoe
  • Goffin - Something Tells Me
  • Joel arr. Philip Lawson - Lullaby
  • Webster/Harris arr. Friedman - Spider-Man


Just how great were the great composers in their twenties? And to what extent had they already found their voice? Selected by the eight singers of the NYCGB Fellowship Programme, a group of outstanding singers in their twenties, this beautiful programme explores the early music of composers from Monteverdi to Billy Joel. There is also new music from Owain Park, rapidly establishing himself as the current twenty-something composer to watch.



£22, £16 (plus booking fee)

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Part of the Three Choirs Festival 2017