Brandenburg Choral Festival 2011

Friday 11th March to Sunday 17th April 2011
various venues in London, W1D 1LL, England MAP
varies from free to £28
last updated: Mon 14th Mar 2011

Brandenburg Choral Festival takes place from Friday 11th March until Sunday 17th April 2011 at various venues in London. The main venue is St Martin-in-the-Fields with 'satellite' concerts happening at various venues including the National Portrait Gallery, The New Players Theatre, Kings College Chapel, Lincoln's Inn Chapel and the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy.

Line-up

Friday 11th March: 7.30pm
The Chapel of Lincoln's Inn, Lincoln's Inn Fields
'Jesu Meine Freude'
Trinity College of Music Chamber Choir
Organ - Tyrone Whiting
Conductor - Stephen Jackson
Tickets - £18

Friday 18th March: 2pm
Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, Strand
'Allegri Miserere'
Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir
Conductor - David Gostick
Tickets - £15

Friday 18th March: 7.30pm
Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, Strand
'Agnus Dei'
Borough Chamber Choir
Organ - Andrew Tait
Conductor - Robert Hanson
Tickets - £18

Friday 25th March: 7.30pm
The College Chapel, King's College London, Strand
'Ave Verum Corpus'
inc. world premiere by Edwin Roxburgh
Addison Singers
Conductor - David Wordsworth
Tickets - £18

Saturday 26th March: 6pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Allegri Miserere' by candlelight
Cambridge Chorale
Conductor - Julian Wilkins
Tickets - £19

Saturday 26th March: 7.45pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Faure Requiem' by candlelight
Twickenham Choral Society
Brandenburg Sinfonia
Conductor - Christopher Herrick
Soprano - Mary Bevan
Bass - Charles Rice
Tickets - £28, £24, £20, £14, £8

Thursday 31st March: 7.45pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Brahms Requiem' by candlelight
Medici Choir
Brandenburg Sinfonia
Conductors - John Baird & Robert Porter
Soprano - Jennifer France
Bass - Alistair Ollerenshaw
Tickets - £24, £20, £16, £10, £8

Thursday 31st March: 9.30pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Spem in Alium' by candlelight
Exmoore Singers of London
Conductor - James Jarvis
Tickets - £19

Friday 1st April: 7.30pm
The Chapel of Lincoln's Inn, Lincoln's Inn Fields
'Victoria Requiem' by candlelight
St Martin-in-the-Fields Choral Scholars
Conductor - Andrew Earis
Tickets - £18

Thursday 7th April: 7.30pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Mozart Requiem' by candlelight
'Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5'
Whitehall Choir
Brandenburg Sinfonia
Soprano - Nathalie Chalkley
Alto - Angharrad Lyddon
Tenor - Nicholas Scott
Bass - David Shipley
Violin - Nazrin Rashidova
Conductors - Paul Spicer & Robert Porter
Tickets - £24, £20, £16, £10, £8

Thursday 7th April: 10pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
'Late Night Jazz' by candlelight
Piano - James Pearson
Tickets - £19

Friday 8th April: 6.30pm
National Portrait Gallery
*'Guildhall Jazz Singers'
Director - Scott Stroman
Free entry

Friday 15th April: 7.30pm
New Players Theatre, Charing Cross Arches
'Voices, Pans and Jazz'
The Hertford Choral Society
Blue Steel
The Addison Jazz Choir
Conductor HSC - Derek Harrison
Director Blue Steel - Mark Cherrie
Conductor AJC - Jill Jarman
Tickets - £18

Saturday 16th April: 7.30pm
New Players Theatre, Charing Cross Arches
'A Celebration of Male Voice Choirs'
Eschoir
Gwalia
Conductor - Haydn James
Conductor - Janet Haney
Tickets - £18

Sunday 17th April: 7.30pm
New Players Theatre, Charing Cross Arches
'The West End Gospel Choir'
Director - Nathaniel Morrison
Tickets - £18.

Tickets

Ticket prices vary depending upon event. To buy tickets, click here.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 11th March to Sunday 17th April 2011
various venues in London, W1D 1LL, England MAP
varies from free to £28
last updated: Mon 14th Mar 2011


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