Peter Shepherd, Senior Organ Scholar, plays music by Preston, Byrd, Bach, Buxtehude, and Franck.
Harry Meehan, Senior Organ Scholar at The Queen’s College, plays music by Buxtehude, Sweelinck, and Bach.
Sponsored by the Oxford & District Organists’ Association to celebrate their centenary.
Performed by the Choir of Merton College and the Regency Sinfonia.
The choir sing Howells' Te Deum.
Daniel Hyde plays organ works by JS Bach, Dupré, Duruflé and Wagner.
Sung by the Choir of Merton College, conducted by Benjamin Nicholas.
The choir sing works by Gibbons, Martin and Bruckner.
Performed by The Choir of Merton College with Oxford Baroque.
The first of two performances at the Auditorium St-Pierre-des-Cuisines in Toulouse, France.
The second of two performances at the Auditorium St-Pierre-des-Cuisines in Toulouse, France.
The choir will be singing in various locations in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Washington DC.
The Choir's success as a breeding ground for young singers is celebrated with the return of some of its most outstanding alumni to bring Striggio's masterpiece to life, alongside works by Gabrieli, Victoria, Praetorius and Schutz.
Simon will play works by Reger, Bach, Van Rossem, Duruflé, and Reubke.
A celebration of the beginning of the Christian year, this is the first of Merton's 2016 Advent Carol services.