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National Youth Choir of Great Britain Fellowship Octet

Sat 13 July 2019


Windmill Hill
Adult £15.00, Child £7.50
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Join these excellent young singers for an evening of acapella choral music in the ideal acoustic of Windmill Hill.

Gabriella Noble – Soprano
Danni O’Neill – Soprano
Ailsa Campbell – Soprano
Clare Sutherland – Alto

Jack Harberd – Tenor
Benedict Munden – Tenor
George Cook – Baritone
Sam Gilliatt – Baritone

Launched in 2015, the NYCGB Fellowship Programme is a training scheme for aspiring choral musicians which develops solo and ensemble performance technique, teaching and leadership skills, and professional skills and networks. Eight Fellows aged 18-24 are selected annually from open auditions.

This year’s NYCGB Fellowship Octet presents a kaleidoscope of music written or arranged for voices spanning many centuries, continents and musical genres. From sacred and secular music from Renaissance Europe to a cappella arrangements of songs from legendary groups Queen and Simon & Garfunkel, interspersed with folk songs, African chants and choral classics by Brahms, Vaughan Williams and MacMillan, the Fellows will dazzle with their vocal vertuosity and stylish singing.


Star of the County Down – Arr. Ben Parry
Ave Jesu Christe – Philips
Laudibus in Sanctis – Byrd
Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy – Arr. Sam Gilliatt
Caliban’s Song – Hamilton
Ego Flos Campi – Guerrero
Love Bade Me Welcome – Weir
Bogoroditse devo – Part

Three Shakespeare Songs – Vaughan Williams
Kelele – Arr. Toby Young
Faire is the Heaven – Harris
America – Arr. Swingle Singers
All the Things You Are – Harry Baker
Fest-Und Gedenspruche – Brahms
Factus Est Repente – MacMillan
Miserere – MacMillan
Underneath the Stars – Arr. Jim Clements