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Summer Concert
Friday, 13 Jun 2014, 19.30
St. George's Bloomsbury, London

ULCC on Tour 2014
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Listen:

Hadley, My beloved spake (Brandenburg Concert 2013)

Holst, I love my love (West Malling Midsummer Concert 2013)

Gorecki, Totus Tuus (Lady Chapel at Ely Cathedral 2013)

Byrd, Ave Verum Corpus ('Simple Pictures' CD 2011)

ulcc on tour

Malta and Gozo 2014
Following the success of our first foreign tour in 2012, this summer we are travelling to Malta and Gozo where we will be hosted by the Schola Cantorum Jubilate.
Preparations for the tour are now in full swing and we plan to give three concerts, sharing our eclectic repertoire with audiences across the two islands.
Needless to say, the cost of the tour is a challenge for our student members and therefore we are trying to raise as much money as possible in advance through ticket sales and sponsorship.
If you would be interested in sponsoring the choir on this tour, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Lombardi, Italy 2012
Summer 2012 brought an exciting experience for the ULCC as we embarked on our first foreign tour together. We were invited by the Catholic University of Milan to perform a series of concerts: one in Milan itself, one in Lodi and one in Crema, all of which saw the choir sing to its absolute best.


On our final morning we were lucky enough to sing the High Mass at St Mark's Basilica, the venue in which Verdi first conducted his Requiem in 1874. This proved to be a truly magical moment for all:
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We would like to thank the members of the Collegium Vocale Di Crema, and especially their conductor Giampiero, for all their hard work organising the tour and for making us feel so welcome throughout our stay.