TRUMPET AND ORGAN
Programmes of Baroque and contemporary music are available, featuring British, American, French and Scandinavian music.
SOPRANO, TRUMPET AND ORGAN
Programmes of Baroque and contemporary music are similarly available featuring the internationally acclaimed soprano Mhairi Lawson.
Handel's celebrated Let the Bright Seraphim and his ravishing Eternal Source of Light Divine are just two of the works that bring together soprano, trumpet and organ in one harmonious ensemble. More recently, Geoffrey Burgon has added attractive items to the repertoire with his Nunc Dimittis (featured on the BBC’s serialisation of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) and At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners.
Rhian Samuel's evocative setting of two Anne Stevenson poems, Colours, was composed specially for Deborah.
All-Baroque and all-contemporary programmes are also available.
TRUMPET, SAXOPHONE AND ORGAN
Aaron Copland's Quiet City and John Gardner's Sonata da Chiesa sopra un tema di Claudio Monteverdi feature in this varied programme for two instruments rarely heard together in the concert hall.