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Luther 500: Reformation 500 - "All the best tunes"

Luther 500: Reformation 500 - "All the best tunes"

Orchestras, Ensembles and Chamber Music

Date and time
31 Oct 2017 (7:30pm)
Location

St Philip's Cathedral

Price

£10 (£8)
£3 - Birmingham City University students and staff
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire students and staff - free (Advance booking required)

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Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Chamber Choir and Orchestra

Conductor Jeffrey Skidmore

All the best tunes

On Reformation Day itself, in the perfect setting of Birmingham’s Baroque cathedral, come and join the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to sing some of the greatest tunes inspired by Martin Luther’s revolutionary Reformation, which began in 1517.  Why should the devil have them?  

The programme also includes music by Schütz, Buxtehude, Kuhnau and the great Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Conservatoire Chamber Choir, Early Wind, Brass and Strings, and several members of the Organ Department.

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