Ockeghem’s Requiem And De La Rue’s Missa De Septem Doloribus: Ars Antiqua De Paris

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When:
30th September 2017 @ 19:30 Europe/London Timezone
2017-09-30T19:30:00+01:00
2017-09-30T19:45:00+01:00
Where:
St. Mary's Church
St Marychurch St
Rotherhithe, London SE16
UK
Cost:
£10, £5 concs
Contact:
Sands Films Studio
020 7231 2209




Okeghem’s Requiem and de la Rue’s Missa de Septem doloribus

In London for one night only, Ars Antiqua de Paris will sing late 16th century polyphonic religious music in Rotherhithe’s marvellous St Mary’s Church

When Henry VII became a widower, he tried to marry the Duke of Burgundy’s daughter.. the Habsburg-Burgundian imperial court sent to London their best musicians… Pierre de la Rue came up the Thames to sing to the King of England… Two boats were required for this event but tragically one was lost in a storm over the Channel… Pierre survived but some singers died, this requiem is dedicated to their memory. REQUIEM Johannes Ockeghem (1425 – 1497) is the most famous composer of the Franco-Flemish School in the last half of the 15th century, and is the most influential composer between Guillaume Dufay and Josquin des Prez. In addition to being a renowned composer, he was also an honored singer, choirmaster, and teacher. Missa de Septem doloribus Pierre de la Rue (1452-1518) is a Franco-Flemish composer and singer of the Renaissance. Of the same generation as Josquin des Prez, and a long associate of the HabsburgBurgundian musical chapel, he is also one of the most famous and influential composers in the polyphonic style in the decades around 1500.





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Totally Thames Festival 2017

Totally Thames is an annual season of surprising, diverse and accessible arts and culture throughout the month of September. The programme is curated and managed by the Thames Festival Trust, with activity taking place on, beneath, and along the River Thames.

Launched in 2014, Totally Thames emerged from the idea to expand and replace the hugely successful two-day Thames Festival along the South Bank and Bankside that ran from 1997 -2013.

The month-long programme runs along the 42-mile stretch of the Thames through working collaboratively with artists, local communities, river interest organisations and businesses.

They aim to inspire, surprise and enthral through their programme

  • Spotlight the river with excellent, surprising and spectacular art
  • Champion a diverse and sustainable creative riverfront
  • Inspire the next generation of river ambassadors
  • Create unique and innovative opportunities to discover and learn
  • Support and nurture emerging artistic talent, placing the River Thames at the heart of new work
  • Each year we run an open call for events to be part of our programme these range from pop-up performances, boating events, art installations, River clean-ups, live performances, talks, workshops and much more.

They commission and support artists from all disciplines to create new work that spotlights the river and its rich heritage. The Thames is part of the fabric of London life, and has been since time immemorial. Its relationship to urban and rural surroundings is ever-changing, and this vibrancy lends itself to creating extraordinary and surprising artistic experiences.

Totally Thames forms part of the artistic programme delivered by the Thames Festival Trust that was set up in 1997 by Adrian Evans. The mission of Thames Festival Trust to increase the appreciation of rivers and their importance to us all through creating and promoting river and river-related art, education and heritage programmes.

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Sands Films Studios LogoIf you book a seat and then cannot attend, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible by going to “MY TICKETS” on your confirmation email from Eventbrite: this will release your seat to someone else. Sands Films Studio will refund your purchase up to one day before the concert.

Sands Films Studio is an independent film production facility operating in an 18C listed building in Rotherhithe since 1975. The building is also a venue for private or public one-off events, film screenings, music concerts, theatre performances and poetry readings. It offers a regular cinema club with most of the films shown free to attend though the company rely on public donations.

 

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