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The Little Singers of Tokyo (Japan)
[All tickets have been distributed]

Music Director and Principal Conductor: Hisae Hasegawa

Programme:
G. de Machaut : Kyrie from Messe de Nôtre Dame
G. Dufay: Gloria from Missa “Resvellies vous”
J. Ockeghem: Credo from Missa Sine nomine
J. Tinctoris: Sanctus-Benedictus from Missa Sine nomine
G. P. da Palestrina: Agnus Dei
F. Poulenc: Ave verum corpus/ Ave Maria
E. Krenek: In Paradisum/ Gloria from Holiday Motets
H. Distler: Das Amen/ Christ fuhr gen Himmel
W. A. Mozart: Ave Maria
G. Holst: Ave Maria
Z. Kodály: Ave Maria
Catalan folk song/ Adap. P. Casals/ Arr. Y. Matsudaira: El cant dels ocells (commissioned work 1999)
J. Lenon/ Arr. T. Arisawa: Imagine (commissioned work 2000)
P. Simon/ Arr. M. Neaum: Bridge over Troubled Water (commissioned work 2003)
Et al.

Into the silent night of the sacred church comes the sound of odes to youth!

The Little Singers of Tokyo have a long history of arduous, thoughtful training dating back to 1951. Since their founding year, they have performed in more than twenty countries and regions worldwide on continents including Asia, Europe, the Americas and Oceania. Offering an immensely rich experience, the chorus never fails to earn warm applause where ever it goes. The Little Singers have won various awards in numerous international singing competitions around the globe, and they have shared the stage several times with internationally renowned musicians, opera troupes and symphony orchestras.

This year marks this remarkable choir’s 60th anniversary. Visiting Macao for the first time, they will perform a collection of celebrated sacred music. Such meaningful and devoted praise, sung by fresh and beautiful voices, will certainly bring you an unforgettable evening.

Duration: approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes, including one interval

 

18/10 (Tuesday
8pm
St. Dominic's Church
Admission with free ticket

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