BACHFEST 2017 – THE PROGRAMME

BACHFEST 2017 “Bach and Luther: Masters and Servants”   Updated 16 October 2017

14 October – 10 November 2017 Updated 16 October 2017

Events to come…

6th Bach Singers Prize Competition

  • Monday 23 October from 4.15pm  

St George’s Church Hanover Square London W1 

Bach Master Class: This will be led by Ian Partridge CBE   “The Art of Singing Bach Recitatives”

Observer tickets £5  on sale at the door from 4.00pm

  • Tuesday 24 October at 7.00pm  BACH SINGERS PRIZE – THE SEMI FINAL  

St George’s Church, Hanover Square London W1

The Semi Finalists will each perform a recitative and an aria from  Bach Passion (St Matthew Passion or St John Passion)

Tickets £10 available by post, by phone, or at the door from 6.30pm. Full-time Students admitted Free of Charge – please bring student ID.

Click on the link to book http://www.bachlive.co.uk/2017-bachfest/bachfest-2017-our-events/bachfest-booking-2017/

St George’s Church Hanover Square is 5-10 Minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus tube on Victoria/Central/Bakerloo lines.

  • Friday 27 October at 7.15pm    BACH SINGERS PRIZE – THE FINAL   St Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield EC1

The Finalists will each perform an all-Bach programme of their own devising with the SBP. They are invited to introduce their programmes and will be interviewed after their performances.

The presentation of the Prizes will follow the Jury’s decision

Steinitz Bach Players directed by Anthony Robson.

The Jury: Jessica Duchen, Ian Partridge CBE, Stephen Roberts, Anthony Robson

Tickets:  £20, £15, Student FestPass £5, available from LBS – online, by post, by phone or at the door from 6.30pm.  All seats are unreserved.

Click on the link to book http://www.bachlive.co.uk/2017-bachfest/bachfest-2017-our-events/bachfest-booking-2017/

St Bartholomew-the-Great is approximately 5-10 minutes’ walk from St Paul’s tube on Central Line or 5 minutes’ walk from Barbican tube on Circle and Metropolitan/Hammersmith lines

Monday 30 October 7.30pm   St John’s Smith Square, London SW1

TENEBRAE 4  Tenebrae Choir

Described as “phenomenal (The Times) and “devastatingly beautiful” (Gramophone Magazine). Renowned for its passion and precision.

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