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

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Richard Blackford’s ‘Kalon’ reviewed by The Times

Congratulations to Richard Blackford, one of The Bach Choir’s external trustees, on having his latest work Kalon reviewed in The Times today following a performance at the Cheltenham Festival.

Celebrating the NHS 70th birthday with BBC Radio 3

As part of a special BBC Radio 3 commission to mark 70 years of the NHS, BBC Producer Laurence Grissell brought together singers from NHS hospital choirs with singers from The Bach Choir

The Bach Choir to sing at Cambridge Summer Music Festival

The Bach Choir and Orpheus Sinfonia will perform Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, Faure’s Requiem and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms at the opening concert of the Cambridge Summer Music Festival on July…

Picton-Turbervill – a conversation that covers the decades

Charming video offers a conversation that covers the decades with The Bach Choir, between three singers, Susie Ross interviewing mother and son, Shirley and David Picton-Turbervill.

Could you be The Bach Choir’s new Outreach Administrator?

The Bach Choir is seeking a part-time Administrator to support its pioneering Outreach Programme, which is now in its eighth year.  Reporting to the Choir’s General Manager

The Bach Choir invites you to sing with us at our next open rehearsal!

The Bach Choir is delighted to be able to invite prospective members to an open rehearsal on 11th June 2018. Our open rehearsal will give you an ideal opportunity to sing with us…

“How one choir are honing their communication skills to reach a new audience”

Classical audiences are dwindling. Why not try new ways to engage with your audience? Toby Spence has worked with the Bach Choir on a bold project for their new concert…

Actor David Bamber to portray Prokofiev [Alexander Nevsky]

Professional actor David Bamber (Valkyrie, Pride & Prejudice, My Night with Reg) is ‘delighted’ to have partnered with The Bach Choir to portray Prokofiev in the choir’s first ever performance of Alexander Nevsky.

David Hill honoured with Royal College of Organists Medal

David Hill, who celebrates 20 years as Musical Director of The Bach Choir this year, has been honoured with the prestigious RCO medal alongside three other musicians who have made…

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…