ORA Singers
Suzi Digby director

Gregorio Allegri Miserere
Cheryl Frances Hoad Gaude Et Laetare
Marco Antonio Ingegneri O Bone Jesu
Giovanni da Palestrina Improperium
Edmund Finnis Reflection on Improperium by Palestrina
Felice Anerio Stabat Mater a 12
James MacMillan Data est mihi omnis potestas
Anerio Christus Factus Est
Freya Waley-Cohen Reflection on Christus Factus Est (World Premiere)
Constanzo Porta Pater Noster
Julia Adolphe Pater Noster
James MacMIllan Miserere

Winning the title Best Ensemble of the Year 2018 at the prestigious Opus Klassik awards, the exquisite a cappella vocal group ORA Singers make their hotly anticipated Festival debut, and present a programme inspired by Rome’s rich catalogue of Renaissance composers. The programme is book-ended by two choral classics, Allegri’s iconic Miserere, and the modern masterpiece that is MacMillan’s setting of the same text. Renaissance works sit side-by-side with stunning reflections and text settings, including a World Premiere from rising star composer Freya Waley-Cohen.

ORA Singers has been generously supported by
The Marchus Trust and
The Ambache Charitable Trust.
The Ambache Charitable Trust is active in raising the profile of women composers.

Please note that there will be a cash only Box Office at this event. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.


Cheltenham College Chapel

This magnificent building, with its glorious soaring architecture, provides an atmospheric venue for Cheltenham Festivals performances. With a seating capacity of 500, the Late Victorian Gothic chapel is externally based on the chapel of King’s College, Cambridge.

The venue ideally lends itself to choirs and brass ensembles, with its stunning acoustic and fabulous Harrison organ.

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