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A Royal Bouquet

  • The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy Savoy Hill London, England, WC2R 0DA United Kingdom (map)

Artistic Director of the festival Robert Porter conducts our very own Brandenburg Singers in this delightful programme fit for a Queen! This afternoon's concert will include popular choruses from Handel's Messiah and Coronation Anthems, motets by Bruckner, Byrd and Stanford, and a few lighter offerings including Vaughan Williams's beautiful setting of Linden Lea  and Leonard Cohen's spellbinding song Hallelujah.

  • Handel Zadok the Priest; "And the Glory", "For unto us" and "Hallelujah" choruses from The Messiah; Largo; The King Shall Rejoice
  • Byrd Ave Verum Corpus
  • Bruckner Locus iste
  • Vaughan Williams Linden Lea
  • Traditional The Ash Grove
  • Haydn Te Deum
  • Stanford Justorum Animae; Beati quorum via
  • Cohen Hallelujah
  • Sullivan The Long Day Closes

Brandenburg Singers
Organ - Rupert Jeffcoat
Conductor - Robert Porter

Tickets £23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) children £5 - book online now.

The premium package includes reserved seat + programme + interval drink.


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 last year on the inaugural Brandenburg Cruise.

Earlier Event: February 4
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Later Event: February 11
Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem