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Events today, Monday 26 July 2021

Organ recital: Rachel Mahon (online) See more

Organist Rachel Mahon performs a programme of Bach, Whitlock, Togni, Henderson and Bales, on St Martin's Walker organ.

Available until 31 August

Organ recital: Ben Giddens (online) See more

Organist Ben Giddens performs a programme of Leighton, Bruhns, Alain and Franck, on St Martin's Walker organ.

Available until 31 August

St Martin’s Voices and Anna Lapwood: Upon your heart (online) See more

Eloquently led by guest conductor Anna Lapwood, St Martin’s Voices delve into the cornucopia of choral music by female composers. Lapwood is an outstanding organist, director and broadcaster, also known for her work championing underrepresented voices in classical music. Together with St Martin’s Voices, she explores a radiant programme by composers including Amy Beach and Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw.

Available until 31 August

Online Concerts at St Martin’s See more

Online concerts at St Martin-in-the-Fields.

Tuesday 01 June 2021 - Tuesday 31 August 2021

The Wind in the Willows (online) See more

Watch Mole, Ratty, Mr Toad and Mr Badger come to life in John Rutter's setting of The Wind in the Willows.

Available until 31 August

St Martin’s Voices and the Will Todd Ensemble: Songs of Love (online) See more

St Martin’s Voices and Will Todd Ensemble share an uplifting selection of sacred and secular works, blending choral beauty with jazz vibrancy. Highlights include the Stabat Mater from Todd’s Passion Music, which premiered at St Martin’s in 2018, and the heart-warming Like a rainbow shining, written in support of NHS and keyworkers during the challenging early months of the pandemic.

Available until 31 August

St Martin’s Voices: Brahms Requiem (online) See more

When Johannes Brahms’ exquisitely moving Ein deutsches Requiem premiered in Bremen Cathedral in 1868, it was complemented by a performance of the beloved Handel aria I know that my redeemer liveth. Inspired by this historic musical pairing, Cecilia McDowall’s unaccompanied choral setting reinterprets the familiar Messiah text, emphasising the themes of tenderness, solace and resilience it shares with Brahms’ masterpiece.

Available until 31 August

Voices in the Crypt: Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day (online) See more

Join St Martin's Voices and Simon Russell Beale for a concert of readings and madrigals based on texts by William Shakespeare.

Available until 31 August
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