St Albans Bach Choir

Next concert: Handel's Messiah - Saturday 15th July.

Concerts

Next Concert:

Saturday 15th July

Handel Messiah
The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire's Charity concert as the opening concert of the International Organ Festival, with:

The London Handel Festival Orchestra
Ruby Hughes soprano
Catherine Wyn-Rogers contralto
Robin Tritschler tenor
David Soar bass
St Albans Bach Choir
Mosaic Chamber Choir
Laurence Cummings conductor

Early booking is advised! Booking opens 10th April 2017.

Tickets

For the Messiah only, booking is through the International Organ Festival website.

For other concerts:

Online

www.stalbanscathedral.org/whatson/music

In Person

The Cathedral Gift Shop Box Office
Tel 01727 890290
(Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 1 - 5pm)

Coming up:

You can download the 2017/18 concert programme (pdf) here.

Saturday 18th November

Brahms Requiem
Strauss Four Last Songs
with Lucy Crowe soprano, Edward Grint baritone and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

Saturday 9th December

Carol Concerts (3pm and 7pm)

Saturday 17th March 2018

Bach St John Passion
with Nicholas Mulroy Evangelist, (tba) Christus, Rowan Pierce soprano, Helen Charlston mezzo, PeterMitchell tenor, Thomas Flint bass, and Sinfonia Verdi

Saturday 14th July 2018

Mendelssohn Elijah
with Sinfonia Verdi and the St Albans Cathedral Choirs

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Recent Reviews

From the Herts Advertiser 6thApril 2017

From the Herts Advertiser 6thApril 2017

In an extraordinarily powerful performance, [of Bach’s Mass in B minor] the St Albans Bach Choir certainly did the composer’s vision justice... From the first chords of the Kyrie Eleison we knew we were in for a treat. The crisp articulation of the first phrase of the five part fugue, perfectly matched by the instrumental parts, was maintained throughout the movement. The Gloria... was so exuberant that you could not fail to smile and wish you were up there yourself amongst the singers. The first half of the concert ended with the Cum Sancto Spiritu, which was sung at the fast Vivace tempo, allowing the choir to show off its dexterity and deliver semiquavers at lightning speed yet still with clarity.
— Herts Advertiser July 2016