Der Hirsch

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Watch an interview with Scott Stroman about our most recent concert on YouTube.

Conductor Scott Stroman says: "The wonderful acoustic of St. Pancras Church is the venue for the 3rd collaboration between Eclectic Voices and the Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra, after exciting performances of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in 2016 and works by Poulenc, Ravel and Stravinsky in 2017.


In 1837, when Felix Mendelssohn composed his setting of psalm 42, As Pants the Hart, the world was still reeling from the impact of Beethoven's monumental Choral Symphony of 1824, with its Ode to Joy finale. In expanding the symphonic palette to include voices, Beethoven had opened a new world. Beethoven's influence towered over every composer of the time, and Mendelssohn  became one of Beethoven's greatest interpreters, conducting his symphonies year after year.  


There is something deeper at the heart of these two works, and they share a unique ability to express the aspirational nature of man and the hopes of mankind."

Eclectic Voices and

Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra 

join forces again to perform

Mendelssohn      Psalm 42, "Wie der Hirsch schreit"

Beethoven           Symphony No. 9 in D minor, "Choral"

Saturday 16 June 2018     7.30 PM

St Pancras Church

Euston Road, London NW1 2BA


Saturday 20th October 2018, 7:30pm

St Paul's Covent Garden

with the Guildhall Wind Orchestra


Saturday 15th December 2018, 7:00pm

St Pancras, Euston Road

with Highbury Youth Choirs

and Carnyx Brass

Scott Stroman, Conductor


Catherine Woodward, Soprano

Kathy Taylor-Jones, Alto

Dominic Natoli, Tenor

Oliver Gibbs, Bass