The Sixteen: Le Grand Inconnu
Sir James MacMillan The Sun Danced (UK premiere)
Symphony No 5, Le grand inconnu
Genesis Sixteen & Alumni
Harry Christophers conductor
Few living composers communicate with the emotional directness of James MacMillan, and the opportunity to hear two substantial new works in one concert is genuinely rare.
Imagine a vision too wondrous for eyes alone the lady more brilliant than the sun. The lady is the Virgin Mary, and The Sun Danced is an ecstatic choral celebration of the Miracle of Fatima. Its no secret that MacMillans profound religious belief drives his creativity, but music this powerful conveys a universal message, and the title of his new symphony Le grand inconnu suggests many possible interpretations. But with Harry Christophers conducting the Britten Sinfonia and The Sixteen, the music will speak eloquently for itself.
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