|Date and venue||Title|
Royal Albert Hall
|Prom 61: A festival of British music with Brabbins and the BBC Symphony|
|The music of Herbert Howells has long been a fixture in British churches but continues to be absent from our concert halls. It’s true that much of his output, and almost all of his most popular works, are for unaccompanied choir or choir and organ, but his orchestral works include two piano concertos, a fantasia for cello and orchestra and several works for string orchestra among their number.|
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