Quorum, Milton Keynes
Quorum is a small chamber choir based in Milton Keynes who sing renaissance sacred music for services in local churches. Quorum is available to sing at weddings in local churches and corporate events in the Milton Keynes/North Bucks area. Each year Quorum sings services at a Cathedral as a visiting choir.
Quorum’s repertoire includes music by renaissance composers (Tallis, Byrd, Victoria, Lassus, Guerrero, etc) and 20th and 21st centuries composers.
The choir is well known for the high quality of its singing, its flexibility, and ability to provide suitable music for a range of church services including Choral Evensongs and Sung Eucharists.
The group is considered ‘quorate’ when there are enough people present to cover each part, hence the name Quorum.
Ouorum’s next engagement at St Mary Magdalene Church, Willen will be an Evensong for Michaelmas on Sunday 28 September starting at 6.oo pm.
Concert on 4 October (8.00 pm) – Quorum will give a concert at St Mary Magdalene Church, Willen celebrating its 30th anniversary.
This concert is the first event in a new series of concerts and workshops at St Mary Magdalene Church to raise funds for the fabric of this unique church in Milton Keynes. For further information about the concert series please email: email@example.com
Visiting Choir St Edmundsbury Cathedral – Quorum will sing weekend services at St Edmundsbury Cathedral on 25 and 26 October. Music list for this weekend is posted in the future events section.
Michaelmas Evensong at 6 pm
Sunday, 28 September, 2014
St Mary Magdalene Church, Willen, Milton Keynes
- Canticles: Short Service, William Byrd
- Preces and Responses: John Reading
- Psalm 138
- Anthem: Tibi Christe splendour patris, Tomas Luis de Victoria
Concert celebrating Quorum’s 30th anniversary at 8 pm
Saturday, 4 October, 2014
St Mary Magdalene Church, Willen Concert of English and Spanish Renaissance music including:
- Infelix ego, William Byrd
- Mass in four parts, William Byrd
- Magnificat, Arvo Part
- Motets by Tallis, Guerrero, Farrant, Mudd
- Responsories, Tomas Luis de Victoria