CATHEDRAL MUSIC | Studio Chorale | Marnus Greyling

October 6, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Brooklyn Theatre
c/o 13th Street & Thomas Edison
R180, R150, R130, R100

Studio Chorale 
Marnus GreylingVocal and instrumental soloists and organ. A selection of sacred choral music through the ages. Sunday 6 October 15:00 exceptional concert conjures up visions of ancient cathedrals, steeples, stained glass windows, rough stone floors, organ pipes and last but not least – angelic choral singing. Studio Chorale, the inn-house chorus at Brooklyn Theatre has now established itself as a force to be reckoned with, after their very successful performance of the Coronation Mass (Mozart) for the 2018 Gaufestival. This was followed up by some fine vocalisation in the opera Norma (Bellini) and the hugely challenging Magnificat (Bach) for the 25th anniversary of Salon Music. Virtuoso organist, repetiteur and chorus master, Marnus Greyling, recently graduated from Cambridge takes charge of Cathedral Music, with a hugely enjoyable selection of sacred works through the ages. This pious musical tour picks up in the Middle-ages with some Pergolesi and Pachelbel, followed by the best of baroque choral fare including a good helping of Bach and Handel, some moving Mozart and Rossini, Schubert and Brahms leading us to late nineteenth century British cathedral composers and placing the listener neatly within reach of the 20th century hits through the likes of John Rutter and Karl Jenkins. 
Henry Balfour-Gardiner – Evening Hymn
John Rutter – The Lord bless you and keep you
CHH Parry – Jerusalem
Jonathan Battishill – O Lord look down from heaven
César Franck – Panis Angelicus
CHH Parry – Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land
Anton Bruckner – Abendlied
Felix Mendelssohn – O for the wings of a dove (Deirdre van Schalkwyk)
CHH Parry – I was glad
John Rutter – A Gaelic blessing

Ticket sales:Sunday 6 October 15:00

Block A (Adult) – R180
Block A Senior(60+) / Student(21-) – R150

Block B (Adult) – R130
Block B Senior(60+) / Student(21-) – R100


Brooklyn Theatre (012 460 6033) 
Greenlyn Village Centre 
C/o Thomas Edison and 13th Streets 
Menlo Park