The Brandenburg Choral Festival
London's biggest and broadest annual choral celebration is underway for another year.
The Brandenburg Choral Festival exists as a platform for amateur choirs to perform in Central London venues.
The Festival opens at the end of December and runs through to the first May Bank Holiday, providing more than four months of unparalleled variety.
Centred geographically and spiritually around St. Martin-in-the-Fields, other venues include St Clement Danes, Temple Church, Corpus Christi Maiden Lane and the National Portrait Gallery. Find out more about our venues here.
Traditionally the opening concert of the Festival is Messiah - a concert where all singers in the audience are invited to stand and join in with the Hallelujah chorus. Festival 14 was opened by our very own Brandenburg Festival Chorus performing - if you weren't there, you missed a treat!
Find out more about the BFC here.
Be part of an historic event!
The 2014 Festival has opened - and you can look through our calendar of events here - or browse through our monthly listings using the links below.
And you can still take part!
For budding audience members, there is plenty to choose from: in 2014 we will feature more than 80 choirs in 70 concerts at 11 different venues over four months. We believe in including everything choral - classical and jazz, a cappella or accompanied, gospel, male voice, choral scholars, community choirs, and a whole lot more besides!
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As an Ambassador, you get to see concerts for free by helping out behind the scenes. Our Ambassadors are a friendly team who meet and greet, usher, sell tickets and so on. Find out more on our Friends page.
And of course, Festival 14 will feature four fabulous Fringe Nights... Find out more about them - and book your membership - on the Fringe Club page.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our concert on Sunday 9 March has been cancelled. We apologise, and hope to see you on another day.
Following a successful Come & Sing during our Autumn Series, we welcome back the Brandenburg Festival Chorus for a performance of Fauré Requiem and a brand new setting of the Albinoni Adagio.
Venue: St Clement Danes
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