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LSC in Oxford | 26-31 August 2007

LSC will be resident at Pembroke College, Oxford from 26-31 August this year – recording in private at the Damon Wells chapel by kind permission of the master and fellows.

LSC at the University Church, Oxford

LSC will sing choral evensong at the University Church, Oxford, at 6pm on Thursday 30 August. Music Director Andrew Mellor will conduct and entry to the liturgical performance is free of charge. Contact LSC for more information and repertoire details.

Recent Performances

The Methodist Church | Chester-le-Street
Friday 1 Sept 2006

Almighty and Everlasting
Sacred Masterpieces from Renaissance England

Gibbons Almighty and Everlasting God
Tallis O Lord Give thy Holy Spirit
Batten Deliver us O Lord our God
Morley O Consider Mine Adversity
Gibbons Magnificat, The Short Service
Tallis Psalm 110 (realised by Geoffrey Webber)
Gibbons Drop, Drop Slow Tears
Purcell Thou Knowest Lord the Secrets of our Hearts
Tallis Lamentations of Jeremiah (I)

Liverpool Schola Cantorum
Andrew Mellor and David Butt-Philip conductors

St John's Grainger Street | Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Saturday 2 Sept 2006

Northern Exposures
Secular and Sacred Works from England and Scandinavia

Elgar The Shower
Britten Concord
Skempton Song at the Year's Turning
Sibelius Sortunut Aani
Purcell Remember, Remember Lord Not our Offences
Gibbons Almighty and Everlasting God
Batten Deliver Us O Lord our God
Gibbons Magnificat, The Short Service
Sibelius Sydameni Laulo
Elgar My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land

Liverpool Schola Cantorum
Andrew Mellor conductor

Thomas Tallis | A Retrospective
Saturday 29 April 2006, St Alfege Church, Greenwich

Music by Thomas Tallis, Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Morley and Adrian Batten

Voices | Choral Music from Across Europe
Saturday 12 February 2005, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.

Music by Lobo, Victoria, Child, Gibbons, Bruckner, Reger, Rachmaninov and

Inspiration | Choral Music from Five Centuries
Saturday 21 August 2004, St Andrew's Church, Plymouth, Devon.

Music by Dufay, Croce, Gibbons, Howells and Skempton.

"a veritable lesson in the art of singing, blending impeccably at the
quietest dynamic level. Balance was perfect throughout [and] the dynamic
range was quite staggering"
- Evening Herald

LSC in Cornwall, August 2004