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The Bach Choir records two works by explosive British composer – Sir George Dyson

The Bach Choir has recorded two works by the British composer Sir George Dyson, the Choral Symphony and St Paul’s Voyage to Melita. Bizarrely the composer is also remembered for producing…

Toby Spence given free range as new trustee of The Bach Choir

The Bach Choir is giving its newest recruit Toby Spence, the international tenor, free range in his role as trustee, to explore new ways of exciting and building audiences for…

Kent singer, Laura Plumptre, goes the distance for The Bach Choir

Kent resident, Laura Plumptre, commutes up to London from Canterbury regularly to sing with The Bach Choir. She says that singing has become a way of life for her since…

‘Passion and Resurrection’ by Ēriks Ešenvalds to feature in “Darkness to Light” concert

The Bach Choir is delighted to be offering a work of Ēriks Ešenvalds as part of its concert titled ‘Darkness to Light’ at Royal Festival Hall, London on Tuesday 6th March.…

Sir David Willcocks Carol Competition a great success

Two brilliant new carols received their debut performances at The Bach Choir’s Carols at Cadogan concert at Cadogan Hall on December 22nd. Winner, Alex Woolf and highly commended, Angela Reith,…

New George Dyson recording just released

The Bach Choir is pleased to announce the release of a new album under the Naxos label – George Dyson’s Choral Symphony and St. Paul’s Voyage to Melita. The disc…

Sir David Willcocks Carol Competition 2017

Alex Woolf, a former BBC Young Composer of the Year and music graduate, has won the inaugural Sir David Willcocks Carol Competition with his composition

UK Mental Health Services Adopt CHOIR SINGING

THREE REASONS TO SING: A LONGER, HAPPIER & HEALTHIER LIFE SAYS THE BACH CHOIR IN ITS 142ND SEASON  There is a growing body of evidence which shows that singing as part…

Tickets for St. Paul’s concert selling fast…

There are still tickets available for John Rutter Conducts Faure’s Requiem at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday 26th October. The programme features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Bach Choir, The Temple…

Netherlands tour a great success!

The Bach Choir have returned home tired but very happy following a demanding tour of six concerts in six days! Maarten Jan Dongelmans gave the Nijmegen concert a glowing review…