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Brandenburg Choral Festival in February

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Friday 1 February 2013

Coming up in the Brandenburg Choral Festival at St Martin-in-the-Fields this month:

Saturday 2 February

7.00pm Rossini Petite messe solonnelle by Candlelight 

Rossini – Petite messe solonnelle

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Chamber Choir
Brandenburg Sinfonia
Neil Ferris
 Conductor

Tickets: £30 (premier seats) £28 £24 £20 £14 £8

9.30-10.30pm Tallis Spem in alium by Candelight

Allegri – ‘Kyrie’, ‘Gloria’ and ‘Agnus Dei’ fromMissa christus resurgens
Allegri – Christus resurgens
Allegri – Miserere
Byrd – infelix ego
Tallis – Spem in alium

The Choir of King’s College London
David Trendell
 Conductor

Tickets: £14 (unreserved)

Concert lasts approximately 1 hour without an interval


Wednesday 6 February

8.00pm Guildhall Jazz Singers directed by Scott Stroman

Enjoy close harmony singing from this talented group of young singers.

Tickets: £9 (reserved seating), £5.50 (unreserved).


Thursday 7 February

7.30pm Mozart Requiem by Candlelight

Mozart – Salzburg Symphony No 3
Mozart – Divertimento from Marriage of Figaro
Mozart – Requiem

Choir of Royal Holloway
Brandenburg Sinfonia

Rupert Gough Conductor

Tickets: £28 (premier seats) £24 £20 £16 £10 £8

9.30-10.30pm Barber Adagio / Agnus Dei by Candlelight

Barber – Agnus Dei
Barber – Twelfth Night
Lauridsen – O magnum mysterium
Lauridsen – O nata lux
Copland – Four Motets
Whitacre – Sleep
Whitacre – When David Heard

Purcell Singers
Mark Ford 
Conductor

Tickets: £14 (unreserved)

Concert lasts approximately 1 hour without an interval


About the Brandenburg Choral Festival

The 2013 Festival launches its biggest programme yet, with 66 concerts over four months in nine central London venues, more choirs than ever before, and the support of a new Artistic Patron, John Rutter CBE.

In only four seasons the Festival has grown from a small selection of concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields in 2010 to become a major landmark event, featuring choirs from across England and beyond.

In total 71 choirs will be appearing, covering a huge range of vocal styles, including: choral masterpieces with orchestral accompaniment by Handel, Haydn, Mozart and Monteverdi; a cappella classics by Tallis, Allegri and Rachmaninov; Requiems by Fauré, Duruflé, Mozart, John Rutter and Karl Jenkins; music for Holy Week and works from the English Cathedral tradition. By contrast there are also jazz ensembles, barbershop groups, gospel choirs and male voice choirs.

 See a full list of concerts on our Festival page.