February 28, 2021: 4pm The King’s Singers New Music Prize Concert

0:00 – Welcome
2:00 – This Little Light of Mine, Stacey V. Gibbs
6:13 – Sing Joyfully, William Byrd
8:30 – Call Me the Breeze, Beth Orton arr. Christopher Bruerton
11:55 – One Day, Michel Legrand arr. Richard Rodney Bennett
18:03 – Luminescence, Andrea Ramsay
24:43 – When All Falls Silent, Eli Hooker Reese (prize-winner—world premiere)
31:25 – The Singing Bowl, Parker Kitterman (prize-winner—world premiere)
42:55 – Sleep, Eric Whitacre
50:20 – Invitation to Love, Jeremy Beck (prize-winner—world premiere)
55:40 – When All Falls Silent, Geert D’hollander (prize-winner—world premiere)
1:02:06 – Master of Music, Toby Hession
1:08:31 – O, chì, chì mi na mòrbheanna, James MacMillan
1:11:50 – Rainbow, Kacey Musgraves arr. Pat Dunachie
1:15:18 – Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy, Queen arr. Nick Ashby

In association with Washington National Cathedral and Walton Music, generously supported by The King’s Singers Global Foundation & Ronald C. Gunnell, this concert is the culmination of both the King’s Singers New Music Prize and Washington National Cathedral’s Sacred Music Festival.

Enjoy a beautiful selection of choral works, including the four winning pieces from The King’s Singers New Music Prize and a performance of Eric Whitacre’s “Sleep”.

Concert booklet:

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