William Byrd - Ne irascaris domine

Thomas Weelkes - When David Heard

Roxanna Panufnik - Kyrie after Byrd

John Sheppard - The Lord’s Prayer

Owain Park - The Lord’s Prayer

Philippe de Monte - Super flumina babilonis

William Byrd - Quomodo cantabimus


Cambridge University Chamber Choir

Harry Guthrie - conductor

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To commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Byrd and Thomas Weelkes’ death, the Cambridge University Chamber Choir present some of their larger-scale works, together with creative responses to music from this period. Panufnik responds to Byrd’s four-part mass and Park responds to John Sheppard’s Lord’s Prayer, whilst Byrd’s Quomodo cantabimus was written after de Monte sent Super flumina babilonis to Byrd.

Cambridge University Chamber Choir offers fantastic opportunities to the University's best singers, and student conductor Harry Guthrie leads the ensemble with a fresh approach to an engaging programme.

more about Cambridge University Chamber Choir

Cambridge University Chamber Choir (CUCC) aims to provide advanced singers with the opportunity to expand their vocal and artistic skills. Often performing without a conductor, its core group of 16 exceptional singers fashion a distinctive repertoire, including many pieces rarely performed by college choirs.