Our music

Click below to listen to Fenham Ensemble singing Ubi Caritas by Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo

Ubi Caritas - Ola Gjelo - Fenham Ensemble



An idea of our repertoire...

​We have a wide and varied repertoire focusing mainly, but not exclusively, on sacred choral music ranging from early plainchant to very contemporary minimalist choral works. Recent performances have included:

Gregorio Allegri, Miserere

Felice Anerio, Christus Factus Est

Franz Biebl, Ave Maria

Anton Bruckner, Ave Maria; Christus Factus Est; Os Justi; Locus Iste

William Byrd, Ave Verum Corpus; Preces & Responses; Emendemus in Melius

Pavel Chesnokov, Lord Save the Faithful and Trisagion

Jessica Curry, Kiss the Bairns from The Durham Hymns

Eleanor Daley, Requiem

Jonathan Dove, Into thy Hands

George Dyson, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in F

Edward Elgar, They are at Rest

Eriks Esenvalds, Stars; Only in Sleep

Orlando Gibbons, O clap your hands; Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A Flat, Short Service

Ola Gjeilo, Ubi Caritas; Northern Lights; Prelude; Christmas Carols

Nikolai Golovanov, Otche Nas

Alexander Grechaninov, Gentle Light; Our Father

Herbert Howells, Like As the Hart; Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis

in D

Morten Lauridsen, O Nata Lux, O Magnum Mysterium

Antonio Lotti, Crucifixus

James MacMillan, O Radiant Dawn

Paul Mealor, Locus Iste, Peace, Ave Maria

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Missa Brevis

Charles Hubert H Parry, Songs of Farewell

Robert Parsons, Ave Maria

Arvo Pärt, Magnificat; Nunc Dimittis; The Deer's Cry

Francis Poulenc, O Magnum Mysterium

Sergei Rachmaninov, All-Night Vigil

Josef Rheinberger, Abendlied

Kate Rusby, Underneath the Stars

William Smith, Preces & Responses

Charles Villiers Stanford, I Heard a Voice from Heaven; Oh! For a closer walk with God

John Tavener, Song for Athene, The Lamb

Peter Tchaikovsky, Let My Prayer Arise

Will Todd, Softly, My Lord Has Come, My Lord is Gone Away

Thomas Tomkins, When David Heard

Ralph Vaughan Williams, Mass in G Minor

Artem Vedel, Blessed is the Man

Eric Whitacre, Lux Aurumque; Sleep