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Joyful Company of Singers
Saturday 2 May, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church
This concert’s pieces were composed in the last century – the most recent is James MacMillan’s O radiant dawn(2007). John Rutter, John Tavener and David Mitcham also feature, whilst the centrepiece is Malcolm Williamson’sSymphony for Voices, setting texts by Australian poet James MacAuley. The programme also features a wistful collaboration between a Hungarian composer and a French poet!
Formed in 1988 by conductor Peter Broadbent, the Joyful Company of Singersis known for its virtuosity across an astoundingly wide repertoire. With successes in national and international competitions, they has performed at several leading UK festivals and has been broadcast by the BBC, Classic FM and overseas channels.