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The Music of Christopher Tin

Venue: Cadogan Hall


Christopher Tin
Baba Yetu (from Civilization IV)
Christopher Tin
Calling All Dawns (excerpts)
Christopher Tin
[Untitled] (exclusive preview from the next album)
Christopher Tin
The Drop That Contained the Sea


  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Angel City Chorale
  • Lucis
  • Prima Vocal Ensemble
  • Christopher Tin and Sue Fink, conductors
  • Sue Fink, Angel City Chorale artistic director
  • Francis Faux, Lucis artistic director
  • Ewa Salecka, Prima Vocal Ensemble artistic director

This special musical event with Grammy-winning composer Christopher Tin features the European premiere of The Drop that Contained the Sea. Classic FM declares his music “has the same verve and accessibility of Karl Jenkins.” Excerpts from Calling all Dawns include the choral hit Baba Yetu, which made history as the first piece written for a video game to win a Grammy.

The Royal Philharmonic and 200 voices from Los Angeles’s Angel City Chorale, Bath’s Lucis, and York’s Prima Vocal Ensemble, will traverse the globe on a stunning musical journey of diversity and unity. There will be a meet-and-greet and signing afterwards.

The concert is also supporting Youth Music Charity with a retiring collection on the evening. Youth Music is a national charity investing in music-making projects for children and young people facing challenging circumstances. (Registered Charity Number: 1075032)

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