Running from 4 October to 12 November, highlights of the Autumn Series include Suzi Digby OBE conducting Mozart Requiem at St Martin-in-the-Fields, the haunting Rachmaninov Vespers by candlelight, Vivaldi Gloria and ever popular Four Seasons, and a ‘Come And Sing’ Fauré Requiem at St Clement Danes Church.
The Series finishes on a high note as James Pearson, Musical Director of Ronnie Scott’s, performs his Bach Re-Inventions.
Bob Porter, Artistic Director said “I am absolutely delighted by the success of the Choral Festival earlier this year and so as a ‘taster’ for next year’s Festival we are presenting a mini Autumn Series which I am sure will have something to appeal to all musical tastes. As well as the traditional choral repertoire we are bringing back our ever-popular Fringe nights at a ‘secret venue’ in the heart of London’s West End.
Join the club and join us to hear some terrific young a cappella groups performing jazz, pop, and barbershop in a very relaxed and informal setting.”
The Series also features two resident Orchestras, the Brandenburg Sinfonia and Brandenburg Baroque Soloists and is supported by John Rutter – 2013 Artistic Patron. Full listings are available on the Brandenburg website: http://www.brandenburg.org.uk/autumn-series.
Please note: The Brandenburg Autumn Series runs from Friday 4 October to Tuesday 12 November 2013. It features 13 concerts at six venues in Central London, with St. Martin-in-the-Fields and the Strand at its core. The Brandenburg Choral Festival was founded in 2010 by Artistic Director, Bob Porter. The 2014 Festival will run from Monday 30 December 2013 to Monday 5 May 2014. Programming is underway and will be released soon.