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Excalibur Voices directed by Duncan Aspden with Anna Markland (piano)

Boulanger, Brahms, Bruch, Debussy, Elgar, Grieg, Holst, MacDowall, Rachmaninoff, Rutter, Summerly, Whitbourn, Williams

Excalibur Voices directed by Duncan Aspden with Anna Markland (piano)
Excalibur Voices directed by Duncan Aspden with Anna Markland (piano)

Time & location

24 Aug 2024, 8:00 pm

Wallingford, St Mary-le-More Church, St Martin's St, Wallingford OX10 0EG, UK

About the event

Brahms: 4 quartets Op. 92

Elgar: 3 Night Songs

Other songs by

- Lili Boulanger

- Bruch

- Holst

- Rutter

- Celia MacDowall

- James Whitbourn

- Vaughan Williams

- Jeremy Summerly

Piano music by Debussy, Grieg and Rachmaninoff

Excalibur Voices was formed in 2012; its members include former choral scholars from Oxford and Cambridge Universities, experienced singers from many concert choirs, and former cathedral musicians, coming together to rehearse from a wide geographical area. Conductor Duncan Aspden is Associate Director of Music at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Mayfair. He is also Director of Music of the City of Oxford Choir and Musical Director of Thame Chamber Choir.

Pianist Anna Markland was educated at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and Worcester College, Oxford. In 1982 she won the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition, leading to many concerto and recital performances. During her time at Oxford, she became a founder member of the now internationally recognised vocal ensemble I Fagiolini, thus beginning her singing career as Anna Crookes.

Excalibur Voices present a programme ranging from the late Romantic era to the present day, interspersed with piano music.

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