Bach St John Passion – Palm Sunday – 6:30pm
Bach St John Passion, Palm Sunday, 2nd April, 6:30pm:
Come and hear Bach’s musically mesmerising and spiritually moving work, a dramatic musical depiction of Christ’s arrest, trial and crucifixion, sung by Holy Trinity’s professional singers, choral scholars, the excellent “choral evensong” choir, and newly formed “chorale” choir, with internationally acclaimed tenor, James Gilchrist, as Evangelist, and HT's very own James Hobson as Jesus, accompanied by members of London’s leading early music ensembles, led by Alison Bury, directed by Max Barley.
The performance will finish at about 8:30pm. Tickets: Nave £20; rear Nave and lady chapel £15; under 18s £10.
If you would like to join the ‘chorale’ choir for the performance – the more the merrier – please email Max -email@example.com – and this will enable you a “ring-side” seat at the performance!
Opera Holland Park – Messa di Gloria Giacomo Puccini – 7:30pm
Ahead of his return to Opera Holland Park as Canio in Pagliacci, tenor David Butt Philip joins baritone Ross Ramgobin, conductor John Andrews, the Opera Holland Park chorus and City of London Sinfonia in a special performance of Puccini’s Messa di Gloria.Read More
Battersea Choral Society sings Brahms and Cherubini – 7:30pm
Battersea Choral Society sings Brahms and Cherubini
Join us for a spectacular evening of choral music at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Street, London, UK. The excellent Battersea Choral Society will be performing by Brahms' Schicksalslied and Cherubini's Requiem, with Sam Evans conducting the Battersea Ensemble. Don't miss this extraordinary musical experience!