Probably the best choir in the world, an ensemble of undergraduates, directed by Stephen Layton, returns to Pittsburgh on September 20th with a program of exquisite and glorious choral music, ranging from the Tudors to contemporary masters, including Ešenvalds, Lauridsen, and Tavener, and closing with music by Herbert Howells.
Calvary Episcopal Church hosted Trinity College Cambridge, Choir during the Britsburgh Festival 2015. What an amazing event that was with about 700 crammed into the Church!
Directed by Stephen Layton ...one of the world's finest interpreters of choral music.
Calvary Episcopal Church is the perfect venue for this wondeful choir. See seating plan below for details of ticket location within the church.
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Ticktets available at the door (Premium plus $52; Premium $42; General Admission $27; Students $11)
The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge comprises around thirty Choral Scholars and two Organ Scholars, all of whom are students at the University. The College’s choral tradition dates back to the all-male choir of the fourteenth century, when former Chapel Royal choristers studied in King’s Hall which later became part of Trinity College. Directors of Music have included Charles Villiers Stanford, Alan Gray, Raymond Leppard and Richard Marlow. Female voices were introduced in the 1980s by Richard Marlow, in a new departure for Cambridge choral music. Stephen Layton has been Director of Music since 2006.
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