Join us at St. Botolph's as Bob Porter leads the Brandenburg Festival Chorus in a workshop day looking at Mozart's final masterwork, the Requiem.
If you would like to take part in the Armistice Day concert on Tuesday, this a great opportunity to refresh your memory and remind yourself of those tricky corners!
For those who prefer to listen rather than sing, the performance at 8pm will be accompanied by organ, rather than the full orchestral accompaniment that will feature on Tuesday.
- 13:45 Doors open, registration
- 14:00 Workshop begins
- 20:00 Performance
Conductor - Robert Porter
Organist - Iestyn Evans
Dress code is 'smart casual'.
Please bring your own score: we will be using the Barenreiter edition.
Tickets £12 for participants, £5 for audience - click here to purchase.
When you purchase a performer's ticket you will need to specify your voice part. See note for sopranos and altos below.
Please Note: The Brandenburg Festival Chorus will perform this piece for the Series finale on Tuesday 11 November at the Royal Courts of Justice.
Attention Sopranos and Altos!
Ticket sales are limited for each voice part, and the soprano and alto bookings are currently closed until further tenor and bass tickets are sold.
If you are a soprano or alto, please email Claudia at firstname.lastname@example.org to go on to our waiting list. You will be offered a ticket as tenor and bass sales progress.
OR!.. you can join up with a choral chum and purchase your ticket with a tenor or bass one: select the Combined Soprano-Tenor, Combined Alto-Tenor, Combined Soprano-Bass or Combined Alto-Bass option from the 'ticket type' list.