Anna takes part in a monumental choral concert of musical illumination and deep humanity based in the glory of Bath Abbey.
As one of America’s best loved modern composers, Lauridsen bases Lux Aeterna on references to light from sacred Latin texts.
The Harmoniemesse is full of infectious positivity and joy, Haydn stating, ‘when I think of God, I must simply be happy’.
The Really Big Chorus is the ultimate community choir, drawn from other smaller choirs and thousands of individual singers.
Under 18s go free with a paying adult, tickets will automatically discount at checkout.
Morten Lauridsen, Lux Aeterna (1943)
Joseph Haydn, Harmoniemesse (1802)
The Really Big Chorus
Brian Kay (conductor)
Jessica Cale, soprano
Emily Gray, mezzo-soprano
Gareth Treseder, tenor
Alex Ashworth, bass