Saturday 5 May, 7.30pm
The Joyful Company of Singers makes a welcome return to St Endellion, taking us on a wonderful musical voyage of discovery exploring choral settings from Britain, Germany and the Baltic region, including works by Brahms, Parry, Stanford, Bingham, Ešenvalds, Mäntyjärvi, and Miškinis.
One of Europe’s most prominent chamber choirs, the Joyful Company of Singers, formed in 1988 by Peter Broadbent, is known for its virtuosity and intensity of spirit, as well as for an astoundingly wide repertoire, ranging from the 16th Century to the present day, including many first performances.
Tickets £10. Accompanied under 16s free.