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The Bach Choir’s recording of Bob Chilcott’s The Angry Planet now released

Commissioned by The Bach Choir for performance at the BBC Proms in 2012, Bob Chilcott’s The Angry Planet has been recorded by The Bach Choir, with the

Seven Seeds:  another world premiere performance for The Bach Choir

Seven Seeds is a newly-commissioned piece of music written by composer John Barber and writer Hazel Gould inspired by the Greek myth, Persephone.

Ever wondered exactly how soloists prepare the big roles?  Jennifer Johnston tells all.

“To learn a new work can take months, and even then it’s usually only after a few performances of it that it gets under my skin, but adrenaline definitely helps…

Come and Sing Verdi Requiem at St Sepulchre, Holborn – tickets selling fast!

 

 

Sing with The Bach Choir – Join us for an Open Rehearsal on Monday 11 May

The Bach Choir is holding an Open Rehearsal on Monday 11 May 2015, to allow prospective members to come and try out the Choir.  We rehearse every Monday from September through to June from  6.15pm

New Come and Sing event now on sale!  Mendelssohn’s Elijah at the Royal Festival Hall.

We are very pleased to announce an additional date in our 2014-15 season – a Come and Sing day on Saturday 4 April with David Hill and members of The Bach Choir at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall.

Britain’s brainiest cultural institution!

A team from The Bach Choir, led by General Manager Nick Cutts, with Juliet Telford and Laura-Jane Foley, was crowned the winner of The Sky Arts Great Culture Quiz.

“Conductor, chorus and orchestra are completely at one, which makes this CD memorable.”

The Bach Choir’s latest recording, the fourth in its English series with Naxos, has been widely praised since its release in September.  Choir and Organ Magazine, November/December 2014 gives the…

Watch: New documentary on Sir John Tavener (1944-2013), who would have celebrated his 70th birthday this year

The Bach Choir reflects on the life and works of Sir John Tavener (1944-2013) ahead of our headline concert at the Royal Festival Hall, given in what would have been his 70th birthday year.

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