Tickets: £12 (‘earlybird’ discount until 27th January) / £15 | £10 (student/child concession)
In a typically inventive and alluring programme, Londinium draws together a fascinating selection of music exploring Time and its passing. Highlights include the American Irving Fine's virtuosic suite The Hour-Glass, rarely heard on this side of the Atlantic, and the world première of I saw eternity by the award-winning young composer Barnaby Martin, alongside works by such varied figures as Byrd, Chilcott, Ligeti, Pärt and Stanford.
György Ligeti: Night/Morning
William Byrd: Haec Dies
Tomás Luis de Victoria: Una hora
Arvo Pärt: Which was the Son of…
Barnaby Martin: I saw eternity (world première)
Johannes Ockeghem: Deo gratias à 36
Irving Fine: The Hour-Glass
Bob Chilcott: Even such is time
Charles Stanford: On Time
Stephen Chatman: Clocks
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St James’s Sussex Gardens (also known as St James’s Paddington) is a few minutes’ walk from Lancaster Gate and Paddington stations.