King's Singers: From Moscow to London
A well-loved fixture of musical life for six decades, the King's Singers embark on a west-bound journey including stopping-off points in Russia, Finland, France and Slough.
Live from Wigmore Hall, the well-loved close harmony group embark on a West-bound journey through six centuries, including stopping-off points in Russia, Finland, France and Slough.
Introduced by Sara Mohr-Pietsch.
Nikolay Kedrov: Otche Nash
Alexander Levine: New work (part one)
Jean Sibelius: Rakastava (The Lover) Op. 14
Veljo Tormis: Ratas
Antonín Tucapský: Slough (Municipal Ayres)
Comedian Harmonists: Eins, zwei, drei und vier
Orlande de Lassus: Toutes les nuitz
Francis Poulenc: Quatre petites prières de Saint François d'Assise
Alexander Levine: New work (part two)
Traditional: Music from Home (songs in The King's Singers' signature close-harmony style from the British Isles)