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Lucis performing at their 2021 Christmas concert in Bath Abbey during Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon installation.
Huron Carol - Sarah Quartel
Lucis performing the final movement of Goodall's Eternal Light as part of their WW1 centenary concert at Bath Abbey in May 2018, featuring soloists Robyn Allegra Parton, Felix Kemp and Matthew Bawden and the Southern Sinfonia.
In paradisum: Lux Aeterna - Goodall
Lucis performing the Gloria from Will Todd's Jazz Missa Brevis with jazz trio Adam's Apple for their spring concert of contemporary choral music. The concert was the choir's second outing to the Wiltshire Music Centre and was entirely comprised of music that was composed within the past fifty years, including Dark Night of the Soul by Gjeilo, O Salutaris Hostia by Esenvalds and Five Hebrew Love Songs by Eric Whitacre.
Gloria from Jazz Missa Brevis - Will Todd
Lucis Chamber Choir performing in a live broadcast at St Patrick's Cathedral days before the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020.
The Road Home - Stephen Paulus
Lucis Chamber Choir performing the world premiere of Russell Hepplewhite's setting of Christina Rossetti's Easter Carol, performed in St Mary's Bathwick in May 2018.
Easter Carol - Russell Hepplewhite
This concert was part of Christopher Tin's UK tour, which featured the combined choirs of Lucis, Angel City Chorale, Prima Vocal Ensemble and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Baba-Yetu, the first movement of the Calling All Dawns song cycle, became a global sensation when it became the theme tune for the video game, Civilization IV.
Baba Yetu (live at Cadogan Hall, July 2016) - Christopher Tin
Eric Whitacre's Lux Aurumque became a global phenomenon when the first Virtual Choir was launched back in 2010 and it cemented the American composer as one of the great exponents of contemporary choral music. This recording was produced at St Michael's Without, Bath as part of Lucis' 2016 summer concert and features guest chamber choir, Noctis.
Lux Aurumque - Eric Whitacre
Edelweiss and Climb Ev'ry Mountain from the iconic musical The Sound of Music by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. This excerpt was taken from Lucis' 2015 summer concert which celebrated music from the stage and screen. The choir collaborated with students from Bath Spa University as they performed a selection of songs by Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Jason Robert Brown and others.
Sound Of Music - Rodgers and Hammerstein
Better known as the theme music for the ever-popular TV show The Vicar of Dibley, this setting of Psalm 23 is one of many strings to composer Howard Goodall's bow, the mind behind the music to some of the best loved themes from the small screen, including Blackadder, Mr Bean and Red Dwarf. This recording was produced at the Church of Our Holy Saviour in Prague as part of the choir's tour to the Czech Republic in 2015.
The Lord Is My Shepherd - Howard Goodall
Based on Rudyard Kipling's story The White Seal, this haunting song by Eric Whitacre became the focus for the composer's Virtual Choir phenomenon in 2013. This version was performed by the combined choirs of Organum, Corsham Choral and Noctis at the WW1 centenary concert at Bath Abbey in May 2014.
Seal Lullaby - Eric Whitacre
The final chorale from Karl Jenkins' celebrated work, 'The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace', performed by the combined choirs of Organum, Corsham Choral and Noctis at the WW1 centenary concert at Bath Abbey in May 2014.
God Shall Wipe Away All Tears - Karl Jenkins
The UK premiere of the final movement of Christopher Tin's 'Calling All Dawns' suite performed by the combined choirs of Organum, Corsham Choral and Noctis at the WW1 centenary concert at Bath Abbey in May 2014.
Kia Hora Te Marino (UK premiere) - Christopher Tin
Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo's 'The Ground' from his 'Sunrise Mass' performed by the combined choirs of Organum, Corsham Choral and Noctis at the WW1 centenary concert at Bath Abbey in May 2014.