Forthcoming performances of works by John Ireland:

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Saturday 15 October, 7:30pm
St Kenelm’s Church, Enstone, Oxon OX7 4NL
North Cotswold Chamber Choir
Bernard West (piano)
Sarah Tenant-Flowers (conductor)
All things are quite silent – Kerry Andrew
The Water of Tyne – Elizabeth Poston
Greater love hath no man – John Ireland

3 to 5 November 2022
St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna
Masterpieces of English Choir Music
On the occasion of the 150th birthday of Ralph Vaughan Williams, St. Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna for the first time invites a renowned choir director from the UK, David Wordsworth, to conduct a Sing Along Concert. Besides the music of RVW, you will work on music also composed in the UK, like Handel’s Zadok the Priest, Elgar’s Te Deum and Ireland’s Great Love Hath No Man. By the way, these composers have anniversaries in 2022 as well: the 60th anniversary of John Ireland’s death and Edward Elgar’s 165th birthday.
Under the direction of David Wordsworth, you will study the pieces over several days in rehearsals. As a crowning finale, you will perform them in St. Stephen’s Cathedral as a sing-along concert in front of a broad audience with the many other singers from all over the world, the Vienna Cathedral Organist and a renowned soloist.
Vaughan Williams, Old 100th – Coronation Anthem of the Queen
Handel, Zadok the Priest HWV 258 – Coronation Anthem No. 1
Ireland, Greater Love Hath No Man – Anthem in Memory of War Victims
Elgar, Te Deum op. 34, no. 1 – Choir Music for Grand Occacions
Handel, Hallelujah HWV 56 – World-know Masterpiece
Vaughan Williams, Five Mystical Songs – Welsh Poems Set to Music

Saturday 5 November 2022, 8:30pm
St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Vienna
Kunst und Kultur
Masterpieces of English Choral Music
Handel: Zadok the Priest
Elgar: Te Deum
Ireland: Great Love Hath No Man.
Erzsébet Windhager-Gered, organ
David Wordsworth, Director
The pieces were intensively studied on by choir singers from all over the world in several workshops during the Sing Along!
Supported by the John Ireland Charitable Trust

26 November 2022
Rhode Island, USA
Core Memory Recital Series
Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op. 15
Chopin: Preludes, nos. 4, 11 & 13
Stanford: Preludes, Op. 163, nos. 5 & 19
Coleridge-Taylor: Three-Fours, no. 2
Clarke: Cortège
Ireland: Piano Sonata
Brahms: Schumann Variations, Op. 9
Tom Hicks, piano

Sunday 11 December, 3:00pm
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street, London, Greater London, W1U 2BP
Holst, Gustav Four Songs for tenor and violin, Op.35: Jesu sweet, now will I sin
The heart worships
Ireland, John (1879-1962) Spleen
Mary Bevan Soprano
Nicky Spence Tenor
William Vann Piano
Jack Liebeck Violin