Sunday 10 November at 4.00 pm Gabriel Faure, Requiem Paul Mealor, The Beatitudes (World
University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir
St Andrews University Chapel Choir
Michael Bawtree, conductor
Ed Jones, organ
Sunday 17 November at 3.00 pm
Fiona Kennedy and The Kist
A special adaptation for the St Machar Festival
St Machar’s Cathedral, Old Aberdeen, AB24 IRQ www.stmachar.com
Tickets for each performance: £10.00; Concession £8.00
available on the door and from Aberdeen Box Office:
01224 641122; www.boxofficeaberdeen.com
St Machar's Cathedral is a charity registered in Scotland No SC008157
The St Machar Festival continues in conjunction with
A Festival and Conference organised by University Music.
Friday 22 November, 7.30pm
University of Aberdeen Choral Society
King's College Chapel Choir Conducted by Christopher Gray and David Smith
A programme celebrating the choral works of Benjamin Britten,
his friends and influences. Admission: £8, Concession £5, £2 students and children
Saturday 23 November, 7.30pm
Con Anima Chamber Choir Conducted by Roger B. Williams
This programme juxtaposes works by Britten with Henry Purcell and
includes Hymn to St Cecilia and Rejoice in the Lamb.
The centrally placed 'Golden Sonata' will be played on original instruments.
Admission: £10, Concession £8
All tickets from the Aberdeen Box Office: 01224 641122; www.boxofficeaberdeen.com
or at the door.
Festival Service: Sunday 24 November
A special service to celebrate the St Machar Festival of Music with the choirs of
St Machar’s Cathedral and King’s College Chapel, University of Aberdeen. Guest Preacher,
the Very Rev. Dr Gilleasbuig Macmillan, recently retired Minister of St Giles’ Cathedral.
Connecting Britten is a three day festival celebrating the life, works, friends and
influences of Benjamin Britten (1913 — 1976). The festival will feature performances
from the University's leading ensembles and a study day led by leading Britten scholars.
For further information please contact the music Office on 01224 272570