Concerts

The Founder’s Choir of Royal Holloway Concert

The Founder’s Choir of Royal Holloway Concert

On Thurs­day  eve­ning, 14th June at 19.30 we invi­te You to the St. Mary’s Basi­li­ca for a con­cert by The Founder’s Cho­ir of Roy­al Hol­lo­way from Gre­at Bri­ta­in.

The Founder’s Cho­ir of Roy­al Hol­lo­way invi­te you to join them for an intro­spec­ti­ve pro­gram­me of works from a wide varie­ty of inter­na­tio­nal com­po­sers. Featu­ring pie­ces such as Hen­ryk Górecki’s Totus Tuus, Rene Clausen’s In Pace, and the rare­ly per­for­med cyc­le for cho­ir and guitar, A Pro­ces­sion Win­ding Aro­und Me by Jef­fe­ry Van.

The Cho­ir of Roy­al Hol­lo­way is con­si­de­red one of the finest mixed-voice col­le­gia­te cho­irs in the coun­try. Is one of two audi­tio­ned stu­dent cho­irs on the university’s cam­pus. Com­pri­sed of rough­ly thir­ty mem­bers, the cho­ir rehe­ar­ses weekly to pro­vi­de music to the local area as well as sin­ging seve­ral con­certs and servi­ces in the uni­ver­si­ty cha­pel. The cho­ir sings an eclec­tic ran­ge of cho­ral works vary­ing from rena­is­san­ce poly­pho­ny to con­tem­po­ra­ry com­po­si­tions. The choir’s con­duc­tor is Cla­ire Cly­ne.