St Paul's Church
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The Angmering Chorale
George Jones conducts a programme of choral favourites. With accompanist Alison Manton.
Bach Music To Baby Family Concert
"Programme: Winter Warmer Featuring: Zivorad Nikolic, classical accordion It's frosty out there! Cosy around the accordion for a hot cup of music blended from the very best of classical and folk traditions. Indulge in dashes of the Argentine sun that's sure to chase away the winter chills. Doors open 30 mins prior to the…
Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem
The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London welcomes The Farrant Singers from Salisbury to the 2017 Spring Series. In the first half Andrew Mackay conducts the choir in Brahms's beautiful Festival and Commemoration Sentences, scored for a cappella double chorus. In the second half they will be joined by the festival's…
Cambridge University Symphony Chorus
A choral programme of Eric Whitacre's impressive Cloudburst, Aaron Copland's In the Beginning and Nicholas Maw's One foot In Eden Still, I Stand. Conducted by Steven Grahl.
The Farrant Singers
The group performs Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem accompanied by pianist Edward Reeve and conducted by Andrew Mackay.
Illumination Chamber Choir: Songs For My Mother
Alexander Campkin conducts a special Mother's Day performance of works by Bruckner, Mendelssohn and Tavener among others.
Lucy Cavendish Singers
A programme of traditional and classic songs, including Samuel Barber's powerful setting of James Agee's poem Sure On This Shining Night.
OSP10 - Tenth Anniversary Concert
STRAVINSKY Fanfare for a New Theatre BIBER Battalia HAYDN Sinfonia Concertante in B flat MOZART Symphony No. 36 in C 'Linz' OSP (the Orchestra of St Paul's) Ben Palmer o conductor Francesca Barritt o violin Alexander Rolton o cello Louise Hayter o oboe Rosie Burton o bassoon Join us for a special celebratory concert, ten…
Sussex Song Makers
A performance of music and poetry conducted by Elizabeth Muir-Lewis, including Schubert's The Lord Is My Shepherd.