The Bach Choir – Into Spring – 7:30pm

Leap into spring with The Bach Choir for this concert of British-inspired choral music past and present. We showcase two beloved works by Ralph Vaughan Williams, who was a former singer and musical director of The Bach Choir. This diverse programme, featuring four female composers, shines a light on some truly fresh and inspirational works by Ivor Novello winner Cecilia McDowall, Errollyn Wallen CBE, Amy Beach and Lili Boulanger alongside Vaughan Williams and Benjamin Britten. In the beautiful and intimate setting of Holy Trinity Church Sloane Square, David Hill conducts The Bach Choir, Alison Ponsford-Hill, Helen Charlston, Nicholas Madden and Jonathan Brown with Philip Scriven at the organ in this perfect concert to awaken your ears with the sounds and songs of spring.

19 May 2022


Holy Trinity Sloane Square

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Organ – Philip Scriven
Conductor – David Hill
Soprano – Alison Ponsford-Hill
Mezzo Soprano – Helen Charlston
Tenor – Nicholas Madden
Baritone – Jonathan Brown

Ralph Vaughan Williams – Serenade to Music
Cecilia McDowall – O Oriens
Vaughan Williams – Movements from Mass in G
Errollyn Wallen – Pace
Lili Boulanger – Hymne au soleil
Amy Beach – Let this mind be in you
Benjamin Britten – Rejoice in the Lamb

"I can’t imagine a professional choir giving a more perfect and passionate performance." (The Independent, on The Bach Choir's performance of Bach's Mass in B minor, February 2020)

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