London Oriana Choir at the Queen's House, Greenwich
October 13, 2016
As choir-in-residence at the Royal Museums Greenwich, we were delighted to be invited to perform at a prestigious reception in the Great Hall on 10 October to celebrate the reopening to the public of the Queen's House. Under the baton of our associate conductor Nic Chalmers, the performance included our first five15commission So True a Fool is Love by Cheryl Frances Hoad. This work was inspired by Gentileschi’s Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife – one of a sequence of paintings commissioned for the Queen’s House by Charles I and Henrietta Maria and now on display there for the first time since the 1650s.
World premiere of 'Picture Frame' by Anna Disley-Simpson