The concert is produced by Embassy of Estonia as part of the Estonian centenary celebrations in the UK.
Specialising in the historically accurate performance of music from the 18th century, the Feinstein Ensemble’s concerts and recordings of the Baroque repertoire have been acclaimed both in the UK and internationally.
Ever thought it would be fun to say you’ve sung where Handel and Mozart have performed before you? Join St Martin’s Voices for this ‘Come and Sing’ workshop under the baton of our Director of Music Dr Andrew Earis.
St Martin’s Chorus sing choral music by Tavener, Parry and Dove, including a performance of Rachmaninov’s Ave Maria from ‘All Night Vigil’.
Ralph Allwood MBE, a former Associate Music Director of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, brings two of his fabulous choirs to the 2018 Spring Series. The Choir of Queens' College, Cambridge, and the Old Royal Naval College Trinity Laban Chapel Choir will combine to perform two major choral works, Handel's Dixit Dominus and Mozart's Requiem with orchestral accompaniment provided by Brandenburg Sinfonia. Join us in the beautiful surroundings of a candlelit St Martin-in-the-Fields to hear some of the country's finest young voices under the expert direction of one of the most fantastic choral conductors around.
The Choir of Royal Holloway and conductor Rupert Gough return to the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London with this hour-long concert of music inspired by eventide. Movements of Rachmaninov’s Vespers will be interspersed with works by other Baltic composers, including Arvo Pärt and Ēriks Ešenvalds: this rich and sonorous repertoire has become a specialty of this fine mixed-voice choir. The programme also includes Holst’s powerful Nunc Dimittis, and Rheinberger’s beautiful Abendlied. Join us in the beautiful surroundings of a candlelit St Martin’s for this relaxing and sumptuous way to end the day.