The University of Greenwich Choir and Baroque Ensemble performs three majestic choral works in the Neoclassical Chapel.

Purcell's 'Come ye sons of art' is an uplifting English Baroque classic, written to celebrate the Birthday of Queen Mary II in 1694 - just a couple of years before the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich was built. The Purcell will be accompanied by a period-instrument ensemble.

Mendelssohn's 'Hear my Prayer' is juicy and romantic, full of great tunes, and features the famous number 'O for the Wings of a Dove'.

The Czech composer Leos Janáček's 1901 version of the Lord's Prayer is a gorgeous and soulful outpouring, which will be sung in the original Church Slavonic.​

Tickets £10 (Students and Seniors £7)

Tickets available online from Greenwich Theatre Box Office or by phone: 020 8858 7755.

Purcell: Come ye sons of art
Mendelssohn: Hear my Prayer
Janàček: Otčenáš (Our Father)
and works by Orff and Verdi.

University of Greenwich Choir and Baroque Ensemble.
Conductor: Nicholas Jenkins
Tenor soloist: Adrian Dwyer
Harp: Vicky Lester
Piano: Suzy Ruffles
Organ: Charles Andrews