||Locus Iste: Architecture, Mathematics and Music
||Saturday, 7 March 2020, at 7:30pm
||St George’s Church, Brighton
||BRIGHTON CONSORT, WITH THOMAS ALLERY (HARPSICHORD), EXPLORE ARCHITECTURE, MATHEMATICS AND MUSIC If you’re intrigued about how these subjects are connected the next concert by Brighton Consort will help explain the mystery! Entitled “Locus Iste” (literally “This place”), the concert will feature a variety of much loved choral works. There will also be a real treat in the form of music by J.S. Bach for solo harpsichord, performed by the acclaimed professional soloist, Thomas Allery. Included in the choral pieces will be Bruckner’s setting of Locus Iste, as well as the famous Allegri Miserere – noted for its top Cs in the soprano part – and works by Machaut, Dufay, William Byrd and Herbert Howells.
||£12 (under 12s free). Tickets can be purchased online at www.brightonconsort.org.uk, or by ringing 01273 833746, or on the door.