Thomas Tallis' England

Thomas Tallis' England

Soar above the patchwork fields of England
  • City Recital Hall
    Sydney • 21 February - 03 March
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    Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre
    Melbourne • 24 February
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  • City Recital Hall
    Sydney • 21 February - 03 March
    SAVE UP TO 66%
    Sales close at midday on the day of the performance, or midday Friday for weekend performances
    Premium was $175.00
    A, B & C Reserve were up to $145.00
    $49.00 - $69.00*
    Premium, A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now
  • Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre
    Melbourne • 24 February
    SAVE UP TO 66%
    Offer ends midday, Fri 23 February
    Premium was $165.00
    A, B & C Reserve were up to $145.00
    $49.00 - $69.00*
    Premium (limited), A, B & C Reserve
    Buy Now

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About the event

Join the Brandenburg on a spellbinding journey through 400 years of English music.

This musical odyssey departs from Thomas Tallis' Tudor England and traces the development of the English musical tradition with glorious gems by Tallis, Byrd, Gibbons, Locke, Purcell, and Handel before arriving in the 20th century with Ralph Vaughan Williams' enigmatic and nostalgic Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis.

Do not miss out on this rare and unique exploration of the English musical heartland. Featuring countertenor Max Riebl, the Brandenburg Choir, and the largest Brandenburg string ensemble ever assembled by Artistic Director and conductor Paul Dyer.