Join us at the Grange Wellington Hotel for the first of our Brandenburg Sunday Series: a late afternoon concert in beautiful surroundings, featuring some of our favourite small groups. This evening we start with the Brandenburg Singers.
- Bruckner Locus Iste
- Byrd Ave verum corpus
- Stanford Justorum animae; Beati quorum via
- Rheinberger Abendlied
- Cohen Hallelujah
- Goodall The Lord is My Shepherd
- Lauridsen Sure on this shining night
Conductors - Edward Reeve and Robert Porter
Tickets £23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) children £5 - book online now.
The premium package includes reserved seat + programme.
For a completely indulgent afternoon, why not start with a sumptuous Grange afternoon tea?
Available to concert-goers for the bargain price of £15.95 per person (normally £21.95), click here to find out more and book yourself an afternoon indulgence!
And why not make an event of it, and stay overnight? The lovely people at the Grange Wellington are also offering a special package of afternoon tea and reduced room rate for concert-goers: click here for details and to book. But don't forget to book your concert ticket too!
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
The Brandenburg Singers is a handpicked choir made up of some of London's finest amateur and semi-professional voices. They come together for several events throughout each Series of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, singing repertoire from Bach to Britten and Handel to Howard Goodall. They perform both a cappella, with keyboard accompaniment and with their partner ensembles Brandenburg Sinfonia and Brandenburg Baroque Soloists.
Artistic Director Robert Porter founded the Brandenburg Choral Festival in 2009 to bring the finest amateur and professional choirs to some of London's most beautiful churches. He regularly conducts the festival's resident ensembles, Brandenburg Singers, Festival Chorus and Sinfonia, and leads come-and-sing workshops as part of the London festival, and recently on the inaugural Brandenburg Cruise.
Edward Reeve joined the Brandenburg team in the Summer of 2016 as Associate Conductor. As well as accompanying and directing the Brandenburg Singers he will make a return visit with the combined chapel choirs of Queens' and Emmanuel Colleges, Cambridge, for Haydn's Creation, the festival finale at St Martin-in-the-Fields.