Kantos Chamber Choir: In Beauty May I Walk
  • Sunday 19 June 2022, 6pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £20-£5.50
Book tickets
Image Kantos Chamber Choir: In Beauty May I Walk

‘First class, a very impressive vocal sound and inspirational energy’ – Ida Carroll Trust

‘Cathartic’ – Gramophone Magazine

‘A vibrant celebration of music’s power’ – BBC Music Magazine


We only see true beauty as it slips away.

An evening with Manchester’s professional chamber choir, Kantos.

The natural world can be majestic, awe-inspiring, incomprehensible, and ever more frequently, terrifying. As our climate changes and we recognise the immensity of what is at stake, art can be a call to arms, a catalyst that riles us up, spurs us on, and guides us to the eye of the storm. 

The music and soundscapes in this programme immerse the audience in a tale of nature’s beauty, of its hideous destruction, and ultimately, of defiance in the face of it all.

Read the story behind the music here.

Kantos Chamber Choir: In Beauty May I Walk
  • Sunday 19 June 2022, 6pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £20-£5.50
Book tickets

PROGRAMME
Eric WHITACRE - Three Flower Songs
Lisa ROBERTSON - to tell it like it is
John IRELAND - The Hills
Hildegard VON BINGEN - O nobilissima viriditas & O viridissima virga
Jonathan DOVE - In Beauty May I Walk
Shruthi RAJASEKAR - Ganga’s Peace
Alberto GRAU - Kasar Mie La Gaji
Zoltán KODALY - Mountain Night
Percy GRAINGER - Mo nighean dubh
Chris HUTCHINGS - Let Them Not Say

‘First class, a very impressive vocal sound and inspirational energy’ – Ida Carroll Trust

‘Cathartic’ – Gramophone Magazine

‘A vibrant celebration of music’s power’ – BBC Music Magazine


We only see true beauty as it slips away.

An evening with Manchester’s professional chamber choir, Kantos.

The natural world can be majestic, awe-inspiring, incomprehensible, and ever more frequently, terrifying. As our climate changes and we recognise the immensity of what is at stake, art can be a call to arms, a catalyst that riles us up, spurs us on, and guides us to the eye of the storm. 

The music and soundscapes in this programme immerse the audience in a tale of nature’s beauty, of its hideous destruction, and ultimately, of defiance in the face of it all.

Read the story behind the music here.

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