Schubert and Brahms

Saturday 24th March 2018 


 St Luke’s Church, Church Road, Tiptree, CO5 0SU at 19:30

For their Spring concert this year, Tiptree Choral Society, under the baton of Musical Director Malcom Boulter, is performing works by two musicians from the ‘Romantic’ period of classical music.

Soloists: Carolyn Cook and Victor Sgarbi. Accompanied by: David Leveridge & Daniel Law.

Lyrical, passionate and expressive, Schubert’s ‘Mass in G’, his second and perhaps best-known mass, was written in six days when he was just 18 years old. It begins gently, swells to become majestic and joyful before ending as quietly as it began. By contrast, Brahms worked on his German Requiem for eleven years! This glorious work, which Brahms felt referred to ‘humanity’, contains at its centre that beautiful and well-loved piece ‘How lovely are your dwelling places’.

Tickets £12 accompanied children free.

Tel: 01206 734625 or contact a choir member



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