Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony
Poulenc's Gloria is one of his most celebrated - and irreverent - works. The Frenchman famously recalled, "I had in mind those frescoes by Gozzoli where the angels stick out their tongues; and also some serious Benedictine monks I had once seen revelling in a game of football".
Then immerse yourself in Vaughan William's evocative Sea Symphony, a majestic work which helped confirm the young composer's arrival on the national stage.
'Below a myriad waves hastening, lifting up their necks,
Tending in ceaseless flow toward the track of the ship .....'
John Dunford - conductor • Orchestra D’Amici
Samantha Hay - soprano
Philip Smith - baritone
Tickets: £20 reserved; £18 unreserved