Battersea Choral Society – Mozart’s Requiem – 7:30pm

Battersea Choral Society is delighted to be performing Mozart’s Requiem on 30th October. It is extraordinary to think that Mozart began composing this Requiem when he himself was terminally ill, aged 35. Süssmayr, one of Mozart’s pupils, was chosen to complete the work after Mozart had sketched and outlined most of the movements. Still, the Requiem is appropriately seen as a true work of Mozart.

30 October 2021


Holy Trinity Sloane Square

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To start the evening, the choir will perform one of Haydn’s most popular and dramatic motets ~ Insanae et Vanae Curae together with a timeless gem from Mozart ~ Ave verum corpus.

We greatly look forward to welcoming our audience to Holy Trinity, Sloane Square. Attendees will be encouraged to wear face coverings during the performance.


Eleanor Dennis SOPRANO
Catherine Hopper MEZZO SOPRANO
Andrew Tortise TENOR
Michael Lafferty BASS

Holy Trinity Sloane Square, Sloane Street, London SW1X 9BZ
Time: 7.30pm (running without interval)

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