Brandenburg Choral Festival of London
London’s biggest and broadest celebration of all things choral, featuring performances from choirs and vocal ensembles in some of the capital’s most iconic and historic venues. Founded in 2010, the festival gets bigger and better every year.
Running from 10 September to 26 November, the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London Autumn Series will showcase a host of musical styles, ranging from the classical repertoire to jazz, gospel and madrigals. Audiences can enjoy choral favourites such as Fauré Requiem and Vivaldi Gloria, be inspired by the London premiere of Eventide by Patrick Hawes, commemorating WW1 nurse Edith Cavell, or join in the regular ‘Come and Sing’ events that offer the chance to sing in a chorus led by a distinguished conductor. Alternatively, the informal and fun Fringe Nights offer something completely different!
Concerts take place in charming central London venues such as St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St Clement Danes, Swiss Church, St Paul’s Covent Garden and, new for 2015, the delightfully intimate converted chapel of the Grange Wellington hotel.