‘The Bach Choir featured both beautiful tone and diction. All the contrapuntal sections were clear, the words convincing.’ (South China Morning Post)
In the last of his blogs, Paul Cutts reflects on the extraordinary final leg of The Bach Choir’s tour – performances of Bach’s St Matthew Passion in Hong Kong. If…
In the second instalment of our official tour blog, our Chair Paul Cutts relives the sounds and sights of our stay in Hangzhou, including a collaboration with the city’s philharmonic orchestra.
Our Chair Paul Cutts reflects on the choir’s first few days on tour to China and Hong Kong, including a successful first concert at the Oriental Art Centre, Shanghai.
Soon after the final chords of Bach’s St Matthew Passion had faded from the Royal Festival Hall, 120 members of The Bach Choir flew out to Shanghai to start their…
In our first singer profile, Katharine Richman talks to first alto Sophie Timms to find out what it is about The Bach Choir that attracts London’s young singers.
Dr John Stanton, trustee of The Bach Choir, looks ahead to our performance of Bach’s St Matthew Passion this Sunday, and what makes it so special.
The Bach Choir’s latest recording collaboration with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Matthews’ Vespers, is released on Dutton Epoch.
Daniel Spring, rowing expert and first tenor with The Bach Choir, is featured in the current issue of Rowing and Regatta magazine. Daniel, pictured centre, well-known in the rowing world…
We are delighted to be joining forces once again with the exceptionally talented young musicians of Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra to perform Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius in the Royal Festival Hall in February.