The Program

Woven throughout the Psalms are pleas to shift the earthly balance between those in power and the powerless. In this concluding concert, the Tallis Scholars explore settings by Handel, Gabrieli, and others. All the themes of The Psalms Experience then culminate in the Renaissance splendor of Thomas Tallis’s Spem in alium, with members of all four choirs joining forces to offer up an ecstatic expression of praise.

“Incline not my heart to an evil word
           to plot wicked acts
with wrongdoing men,
           and let me not feast on their delicacies.”
– from Psalm 141:4 (translation by Robert Alter)

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Concert 12: Consequences of Power

Tallis Scholars
Peter Phillips,
With members of the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Netherlands Chamber Choir, and Norwegian Soloists’ Choir

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm Alice Tully Hall

Introduction by John Schaefer

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Performance Details

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  • This performance will be followed by a White Light Lounge.
    This performance will be followed by a White Light Lounge.

The Psalms Gallery

Stunning images from The New York Times's photo archives, each paired with a psalm. Go to the Gallery >

This concert is approximately one hour long and will be preceded by a brief introduction.