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Cantores Michaelis celebrate their 10th year

Published: 19 July 2010
Cantores Michaelis

The University of Southampton's choral scholars, Cantores Michaelis, celebrated their 10th anniversary with the performance of a specially composed work.

Classic FM presenter John Brunning composed a Pie Jesu for women's voices and harp to mark the occasion. Cantores Michaelis is funded by The Friends of St Michael's and based at the ancient Southampton city-centre church of St Michael the Archangel. The group specialises in unaccompanied liturgical repertoire ranging from Gregorian chant to the 20th century.

The founder and director is Keith Davis Head of Vocal Studies at the University of Southampton.

  • View the live performance of Pie Jesu by John Brunning from the 10th Anniversary Concert on You Tube.
  • For more information about Cantores Michaelis, including information on how many scholarships are available and how to audition, see the Instrumental and Vocal Scholarships information on either the Undergraduate or Postgraduate Money matters pages on this website.
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