The Royal British Legion: Christmas Celebration

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25th September
Sun 7 pm

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Bach Magnificat at Hatfield House (The Bach Choir Voices)

CPE Bach Concerto for harpsichord and fortepiano in E flat, H479

Mozart Sonata for four hands in C, K521

JS Bach Magnificat in D, BWV 243

The Old Palace, Hatfield House

Orchestra - The Hatfield House Festival Orchestra

Conductor - Terry Edwards

Fortepiano - Melvyn Tan

Harpsichord - Maggie Cole

Soprano - Grace Davidson

Soprano - Nicki Kennedy

Contralto - Martha Maclorinan

Tenor - Richard Edgar Wilson

Baritone - Stefan Berkieta

Choir - The Bach Choir Voices

Concerts

30th October 2016
Sun 3.00pm

Best of British – Belshazzar’s Feast

Charles Villiers Stanford: Song to the Soul (London premiere)

Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending

Benjamin Britten: The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra

William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast

Royal Festival Hall, London

Orchestra - Philharmonia Orchestra

Conductor - David Hill

Baritone - Mark Stone

Choir - The Bach Choir

16th November 2016
Wed 6.30pm-11.00pm

The Bach Choir Fundraising Gala

Join The Bach Choir to celebrate their 1000th concert with a exclusive fundraising gala.

Guests will enjoy a champagne reception, followed by a three-course dinner and performances by members of the Choir showcasing their talents. The evening will also feature a silent auction and a specially commissioned live auction, with a chance to win a range of once-in-a-lifetime experiences for you and your family.

Tickets:
Individual tickets £200 per guest
Tables of 10 £2000

Email: gala@thebachchoir.org.uk
Telephone: 020 7127 9114

Dress code: Black Tie

 

Merchant Taylors' Hall, 30, Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8JB

Conductor - David Hill

Choir - The Bach Choir Voices

5th December 2016
Mon 7.00pm

The Royal British Legion: Christmas Celebration

Carols and readings by special guests in a beautiful setting

Tickets:

£40 concert (including wine and soft drinks)

020 3207 2272  /  rpride@britishlegion.org.uk

The Guildhall, London

Conductor - David Hill

Choir - The Bach Choir

6th December 2016
Tue 7.00pm

The Royal British Legion: Christmas Celebration

Carols and readings by special guests in a beautiful setting

Tickets:

£40 concert (including wine and soft drinks) or £195 concert + champagne reception + post-concert black tie dinner (Tuesday 6th only)

020 3207 2272  / rpride@britishlegion.org.uk

The Guildhall, London

Conductor - David Hill

Choir - The Bach Choir

8th December 2016
Thu 3.00pm & 7.30pm

John Rutter’s Christmas Celebration

A wonderful array of Christmas carols and festive favourites

Royal Albert Hall, London

Orchestra - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor - John Rutter

Soprano - Elin Manahan Thomas

Mezzo-Soprano - Melanie Marshall

Organ - Andrew Lucas

Choir - Choristers of St Albans Cathedral

Choir - The Bach Choir

11th December 2016
Sun 3.00pm

Christmas Classics

Join The Bach Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra and The Young Singers for a wonderful concert featuring a selection of Christmas carols and orchestral classics.

Royal Festival Hall, London

Orchestra - Philharmonia Orchestra

Conductor - David Hill

Soprano - Ailish Tynan

Choir - The Bach Choir

Choir - The Young Singers

12th December 2016
Mon 7.30pm

John Rutter’s Christmas Celebration

A wonderful array of Christmas carols and festive favourites

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Orchestra - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor - John Rutter

Soprano - Elin Manahan Thomas

Mezzo-soprano - Melanie Marshall

Choir - Choristers of St Albans Cathedral

Choir - The Bach Choir

16th December 2016
Fri 7.30pm

Carols at Cadogan

Cadogan Hall is the setting for a festive evening of Christmas music sung by The Bach Choir, with special guests London City Brass and organ accompaniment by Philip Scriven.

Tickets:

£13.50-£32
020 7127 9114

 

Cadogan Hall, London

Orchestra - London City Brass

Conductor - David Hill

Organ - Philip Scriven

Percussion - Nigel Bates

Percussion - Matt Green

Choir - The Bach Choir

2nd April 2017
Sun 11.00am

St Matthew Passion

The Bach Choir’s annual performance of Bach’s St Matthew Passion sung in English.

Please note there is a long lunch interval between Parts 1 and 2. Part 2 begins at 2.15pm

Royal Festival Hall, London

Orchestra - Florilegium

Conductor - David Hill

Evangelist - Toby Spence

Christ - Matthew

Soprano - Sarah Tynan

Counter-tenor - Iestyn Davies

Tenor - Andrew Staples

Baritone - Roderick Williams

Choir - The Bach Choir

13th April 2017
Thu 7.30pm

Vasily Petrenko conducts Verdi’s Requiem

Vasily Petrenko takes to the podium to conduct Verdi’s momentous score.

Royal Festival Hall, London

Orchestra - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor - Vasily Petrenko

Soprano - Maija Kovalevska

Mezzo-soprano - Karen Cargill

Tenor - Saimir Pirgu

Bass - Alexander Vinogradov

Choir - The Bach Choir

6th May 2017
Sat 10.30am

Come and Sing Haydn: The Creation

A TRAINING DAY FOR CHORAL SINGERS. Haydn – The Creation (Novello edition). Please bring your own copy, or you can hire one from us for £3.

David Hill leads us through Haydn’s Creation. Singers of all levels are welcome and members of The Bach Choir will be there to give support throughout the day, which concludes with an informal performance.

Tickets:

£20 (Students £5)
Audience tickets: £5
50% discount for The Bach Choir Friends

020 7127 9114

St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, Giltspur Street, Holborn, London, EC1A 2DQ

Conductor - David Hill

16th June 2017
Fri 6.30pm

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

The annual Bach Choir Outreach Concert featuring primary school children from central London schools singing alongside The Bach Choir.

Tickets:

Adults £10
Children / Students £3
Family ticket for up to three members £15

020 7127 9114

St John's, Smith Square, London

Choir - Children from the Bach Choir Outreach Project

Choir - The Bach Choir

29th June 2017
Thu 7.30pm

The Best of British – A Sea Symphony

James MacMillan: ‘New Work’ World premiere

Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor opus 85

Ralph Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony (Symphony No 1)

Royal Festival Hall, London

Orchestra - Philharmonia Orchestra

Soprano - Sally Matthews

Baritone - Roderick Williams

Cello - Raphael Wallfisch

Choir - The Bach Choir