Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church
Sloane Street, London, SW1X 9BZ
  • Telephone 0207 730 7270
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  • Website www.holytrinitysloanesquare.co.uk
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Built in 1888-90 by the architect John Dando Sedding. It has an important collection of stained glass, including an enormous east window by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris. The church was badly damaged by bombs during the Blitz but was restored to its former glory by the early 1960s.

A local choral society has been formed by director of music Oliver Lallemant with plans to create a choir school. Liturgical choral music is performed most months by conQordia, comprised of members of the BBC Symphony Chorus.

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London Concert Choir 200318

Award-winning composer Alison Willis was commissioned by choir member Adrienne Morgan to write a choral piece celebrating life, love, togetherness and hope. Subtitled ‘Affirmation’, the work emphasises the sustaining power of friends and family when living with breast cancer. The Five Mystical Songs for baritone…

Tue 20 Mar

£25 / 0207 730 7270

Music From Heaven!

Gloriana is joined by the Imperial Male Voice Choir: Men from Mars, Women from Venus, Music from Heaven! From a glorious 16-part motet by Gabrieli, through Poulenc, Brahms, Mozart, Schubert and Bruckner, the choirs sing separately and together culminating in the uplifting Pilgrims Chorus from Wagners Tannhauser.

Sat 21 Apr

£5–£15 / 0207 730 7270

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