Greg Morris performs the surviving works of J S Bach for the organ in a series of 27 concerts at some of London’s most iconic ecclesiastical buildings.  As part of this series the recitals at the Temple Church will take place at 1.15pm on the following Wednesdays:

4, 18 October | 1, 15, 29 November | 13 December | 17, 31 January | 14, 28 February | 21, 28 March | 18 April | 9, 23 May | 13, 27 June | 5 July

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New CD: ‘Treblesome’

‘…sung with admirable precision and classy musicianship’
The Guardian. Click here to read the full review

Trorc100058-covereblesome was originally inspired by the versatility of the younger choristers’ voices and showcases a range of styles rarely found at more traditional services.

The album includes Britten’s well-known Missa Brevis, as well as popular songs such as Brahms’ Wie Melodien sieht es and Schubert’s Du bist die Ruh. Other folk songs include Britten’s Salley Gardens and O Waly, Waly, and new arrangements of Loch Lomond and Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner by Temple Church Choir’s own JonathanDarbourne.

The CD also features the first recording of a new setting of Nunc dimittis by John Ashton Thomas for boys choir, organ and saxophone. Treblesome concludes with perhaps the greatest piece ever written for boys’ voices: Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten.

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