Winter Festival 2016

Gothic Voices: Tower of London

Sunday 4 December (2016)

The Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula

PRICE: Tickets: £30, £22

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Gothic Voices
Catherine King mezzo soprano
Steven Harrold tenor
Julian Podger tenor
Stephen Charlesworth baritone

Join outstanding vocal ensemble Gothic Voices in the dramatic and eerily quiet Tower of London for an intimate performance in the Chapel Royal – the final resting place of Sir Thomas More, Thomas Cromwell, Anne Boleyn, Katherine Howard and Lady Jane Grey.

Gothic Voices offset medieval and renaissance settings of Marian texts with contemporary interpretations, revealing both the mythical and human aspects of the Virgin Mary.

Approximate running time: 75 minutes (no interval)

Full programme

Joanne Metcalf Il nome del bel fior Part 1
Anon. Ave Maria
Anon. Tronus Regis
Anon. Stella maris illustrans omnia
Joanne Metcalf Il nome del bel fior Part 5
Anon. Letetur celi curia
John Dunstaple Beata mater
Richard Shert Ave, decus seculi Vv 1, 2 & 5
John Dunstaple Ave maris stella
Joanne Metcalf Il nome del bel fior Part 4
Anon. Sancta mater graciae/Dou way Robin
Anon. Sancta Maria virgo
Anon. Stond wel, moder, under rode
Leonel Power Beata progenies
Andrew Smith Stond wel, moder Part 1
Anon. Pia mater salvatoris
Andrew Smith Stond wel, moder Part 2
Anon. Gaude, Maria virgo
Anon. Alleluya psallat/ Alleluya concinat

Please note that this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

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Venue information

The Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula

Tower of London
United Kingdom

Underground and National Rail

Tower Hill (5 mins)
Tower Gateway (9 mins)
Fenchurch Street (6 mins)
London Bridge (17 mins)
Walking times are given in brackets.


All of our venues are easy to reach by bus. To plan your quickest route use TFL’s journey planner.

Entrance to the Tower of London is via the West Gate (the main entrance).

Please note that the journey to the chapel requires walking from the Tower Gates, and there are approximately 5 steps down to the entrance.