Keep Our Doors Open Concert

00:00:00 Welcome from Revd Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields
00:02:06 St Martin’s Voices: My spirit sang all day – Finzi
00:05:15 Warren Mailley-Smith: Rhapsody in Blue – Gershwin
00:23:20 Julian Worricker in conversation with Hugh Dennis
00:32:54 Katharine Dain (Soprano) and Sam Armstrong (Piano): De rêve from ‘Proses lyriques’ – Debussy
00:40:45 Katharine Dain and Sam Armstrong: Violon from ‘Fiançailles pour Rire’ – Poulenc
00:43:00 Katharine Dain and Sam Armstrong: Fleurs from ‘Fiançailles pour Rire’ – Poulenc
00:45:45 The Amanzi Quartet: IV. Allegro molto from ‘Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 15’ – Fauré
00:56:21 Julian Worricker in conversation with Gabriella Noble, Choral Conducting Fellow
01:03:44 Julian Worricker in conversation with Choral Scholars, Ailsa Campbell and George Cook
01:09:37 St Martin’s Choral Scholars: En la Macarenita – arr. Bob Chilcott 01:12:19 Julian Worricker in conversation with Miko Giedroyc, Clarence Hunte and Mel Giedroyc
01:24:23 Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir: Rise Within Us – The Coming of the Spirit
01:31:50 Julian Worricker in conversation with Arthur Smith
01:41:90 Poetry written and performed by Arthur Smith
01:43:38 Poetry by Harry Baker (Poetry World Slam Champion in 2012)
01:50:13 Millie Turner: Swimming Pool and Eyes on You
02:00:39 St Martin’s Voices: We’ll meet again – arr. Emerson

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Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Revd Dr Sam Wells will begin the evening’s festivities. During the concert, award-winning journalist and BBC broadcaster, Julian Worricker will speak with comedian Hugh Dennis, Miko Giedroyc, Clarence Hunte and presenter and personality, Mel Giedroyc. He will also speak to St Martin-in-the-Fields’ Choral Conducting Fellow, Gabriella Noble. BBC newsreader and children’s author Zeb Soanes will introduce the pieces, including poetry readings from comedian Arthur Smith and a performance from slam poet Harry Baker.

00:00:00 Welcome from Revd Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields
00:02:06 St Martin’s Voices: My spirit sang all day – Finzi
00:05:15 Warren Mailley-Smith: Rhapsody in Blue – Gershwin
00:23:20 Julian Worricker in conversation with Hugh Dennis
00:32:54 Katharine Dain (Soprano) and Sam Armstrong (Piano): De rêve from ‘Proses lyriques’ – Debussy
00:40:45 Katharine Dain and Sam Armstrong: Violon from ‘Fiançailles pour Rire’ – Poulenc
00:43:00 Katharine Dain and Sam Armstrong: Fleurs from ‘Fiançailles pour Rire’ – Poulenc
00:45:45 The Amanzi Quartet: IV. Allegro molto from ‘Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 15’ – Fauré
00:56:21 Julian Worricker in conversation with Gabriella Noble, Choral Conducting Fellow
01:03:44 Julian Worricker in conversation with Choral Scholars, Ailsa Campbell and George Cook
01:09:37 St Martin’s Choral Scholars: En la Macarenita – arr. Bob Chilcott 01:12:19 Julian Worricker in conversation with Miko Giedroyc, Clarence Hunte and Mel Giedroyc
01:24:23 Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir: Rise Within Us – The Coming of the Spirit
01:31:50 Julian Worricker in conversation with Arthur Smith
01:41:90 Poetry written and performed by Arthur Smith
01:43:38 Poetry by Harry Baker (Poetry World Slam Champion in 2012)
01:50:13 Millie Turner: Swimming Pool and Eyes on You
02:00:39 St Martin’s Voices: We’ll meet again – arr. Emerson

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