Sunday 4 September at 5.15pm, BBC One
Listen out for David’s Christ has no body now but yours on BBC One’s Songs of Praise, performed by Exultate Singers and the Lothian Ensemble in a special programme marking the canonisation of Mother Teresa. The piece has been recorded by Exultate Singers (Visions of Peace CD) and Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church Choir (All Times And Seasons CD), and the sheet music is available from the RSCM
Friday 3 June at 4.30pm, BBC Radio 3’s In Tune
David will conduct Bristol Youth Choir live on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune for BBC Music Day at the Colston Hall. The Juniors will be performing at 4.45pm and the Seniors at 5.45pm, including a collaboration with violinist Jennifer Pike
Thursday 19 May at 7.30pm, Colston Hall, Bristol
David conducts Bristol Youth Choir, City of Bristol Choir, Exultate Singers and the Bristol Ensemble in a performance of Mozart’s exquisitely beautiful Requiem. Tickets £10 to £25 for adults, £8 under 26 year olds and £1 for under 18s from Colston Hall box office online and by phone on 0844 887 1500.
Wednesday 20 April, Windsor
David will conduct the Royal Mail Choir in a performance for Her Majesty The Queen during her visit to Windsor Sorting Office. The choir will sing a variety of pieces, including, of course, Happy Birthday to mark the eve of the Queen’s 90th birthday.
David’s setting of the words of St Teresa of Avila, Christ has no body now but yours, has given him his Classic FM Hall of Fame debut today, being voted in at No. 288 on the list. The anthem has been recorded by Exultate Singers on its Visions of Peace CD and Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church Choir’s All Times and Seasons CD
Sunday 21 February at 1.15pm, BBC One
Bristol Youth Choir and Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church Choir perform David’s Faith, hope and love, an arrangement of Pachelbel’s Canon on BBC One’s Songs of Praise this Sunday. The harpist is Ruth Kenyon and the flautist is Luke Russell.
Saturday 23 April at 7.30pm, St George’s Bristol
Exultate Singers is bringing the Latin American party to St George’s with a programme of lively and passionate music from Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela and Argentina. The concert will also feature performances by renowned guitarist Craig Ogden and virtuoso cellist Richard May. Tickets £15 to £25 from St George’s Bristol
Saturday 19 March at 7.30pm, St George’s Bristol
Brandon Hill Chamber Orchestra and Exultate Singers are joined by soprano Elizabeth Weisberg, alto Eleanor Harries, tenor Thomas Herford and bass Martin Le Poidevin to perform Handel’s choral masterpiece, Messiah. The concert is given in aid of St George’s Building A Sound Future appeal. Tickets £15 to £25 (£5 students) from St George’s box office on 0845 40 24 001 or online at www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk.
Saturday 27th February, All Saints’ Church, Clifton
David conducts the 100 singers of City of Bristol Choir in a programme of French sacred music which includes Vierne’s mighty Messe Solennelle, performed alongside Fauré’s exquisitely beautiful anthem Cantique de Jean Racine and motets by Duruflé, Dupré, Saint-Saëns and Villette. Richard Johnson performs organ works by Escaich, Widor and Vierne. Tickets £18 (£16 concessions, £5 children) including French wine and cheese from www.cityofbristolchoir.org.uk
Wednesday 10 February at 7.30pm, The Lighthouse, Poole
Thursday 11 February at 7.30pm, Colston Hall, Bristol
David is chorus master for singers from Bristol Youth Choir and from schools in and around Bristol who are part of the MacMillan Choir, formed especially for these performances of James MacMillan’s Little Mass with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
The Mass is major new choral work, co-commissioned by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra from the man who has been called Britain’s greatest living composer. MacMillan’s music is passionate, sincere and charged with emotion. Kirill Karabits conducts the two performances.
More information about the performance on 10 February
More information about the performance on 11 February