Hire The Choir
From oratorio to film scores, the repertoire of The Bach Choir covers works from the 16th century to the present day. Established as one of the finest choirs in the country, we are regularly asked to provide singers for a number of engagements every year, including corporate events, soundtracks for Hollywood films, the backing tracks for television adverts, and international tours.
What can you expect of The Bach Choir?
With over 220 talented singers from all walks of life, a third of whom are under the age of 30, The Bach Choir is one of the largest choral organisations in the UK. We are able to provide a group of singers of any size depending on your needs. In the past we have responded to requests for television appearances, vocal backing for a pop artist, recordings, and performance at a corporate dinner.
Each of our members is required to pass an audition every three years to ensure that the Choir maintains its high standards. All singing members are excellent sight-readers, and used to learning new music with very little rehearsal.
Who hires The Bach Choir?
In recent years, we have featured on some of the biggest film releases, such as Kingdom of Heaven, Prometheus, Robin Hood, The Chronicles of Narnia, Shrek the Third, and Jack the Giant Slayer. In 2011, we collaborated with John Rutter and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on The Colours of Christmas, which reached No 3 in the Official Classical Charts. In 2013, we also worked on projects for BBC Radio 3, BBC One, Sky Arts and Sky Sports News.
Away from the recording studio, we are often asked to feature in concert programmes for renowned classical music promoter Raymond Gubbay, as well as collaborations annually with John Rutter and The Royal British Legion.
How can I hire The Bach Choir?
If you are interested in hiring The Bach Choir, please contact Nick Cutts, General Manager on 020 7127 4677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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