Q&A with The King’s Singers
6:30 PM // Seattle First Baptist Church
Celebrate 50 years of mesmerizing performances and musical diversity by The King’s Singers. Chart a journey through the music that’s defined their career so far and moves on to exciting and unexplored musical worlds. Enjoy anniversary commissions by Bob Chilcott, Alexander L’Estrange, and Nico Muhly alongside Renaissance and folk selections. GOLD50 crowns half a century of dedication to music, and looks ahead with unbridled energy to the next 50 years and beyond.
2 hours with one intermission
Patrick Dunachie, countertenor
Timothy Wayne-Wright, countertenor
Julian Gregory, tenor
Christopher Bruerton, baritone
Christopher Gabbitas, baritone
Jonathan Howard, bass
THE JOY OF THE RENAISSANCE
Shir hamma’alot le David, Salamone Hebreo Rossi
Or si r’allerg’il cielo, Giaches de Wert
Si ch’io vorrei morire, Claudio Monteverdi
Chi chilichi?, Orlandus Lassus
Lagrimas de mi consuelo, Juan Vasquez
Domine, Jesu Christe, Dr. Henry Ley
In manus tuas, Thomas Tallis
Sing joyfully, William Byrd
Versa est in luctum, Alonso Lobo
Revecy venir du Printans, Claude le Jeune
Basiez-moi!, Josquin des Prez
Dessus le Marchè d’Arras, Orlandus Lassus
The Human Story, Bob Chilcott and George the Poet
THE LEGACY OF GREAT ARRANGERS
Lamorna, Trad., arr. Goff Richards
Danny Boy, Trad., arr. Peter Knight
Down with love, Harold Arlen, arr. Gordon Langford
THE PARTY BAG
Classic audience favorites and brand new surprises in their signature close-harmony style
from the lighter side of The King’s Singers’ repertoire
Trinity Parish Episcopal Church
Parking available in the Skyline garage with entrance on Columbia. Street parking available.
Bastyr University Chapel
Free parking in the adjacent campus lot.
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall
Advanced reserved parking available in the garage below Benaroya Hall, call 206.215.4747.
Seattle First Baptist Church
Parking available in the adjacent lot with entrances on Seneca and Boylston.