The Brandenburg Choral Festival

- - round_marcel_logo_100Autumn Series of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London, the capital’s biggest and broadest celebration of all things choral, will take place from 10 September – 26 November, boasting 43 choirs and vocal ensembles, performing across 35 separate events in some of the most beautiful and iconic venues in London.

The festival provides a platform for amateur choirs and small vocal groups to sing a range of different musical styles in beautiful central London venues, many of which are hidden gems, often unknown or overlooked by the general public such as The Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy and the stunning Chapel of the Wellington Grange Hotel – a new festival venue which is hosting a choral concert for the first time as part of the season.

Audiences can enjoy choral classics such as Mozart Requiem and Vivaldi Gloria, be inspired by the London premiere of Eventide by Patrick Hawes commemorating World War One nurse Edith Cavell, or participate in a Come and Sing event that offers the chance to join a chorus led by a distinguished conductor. Community and office-based choirs also have the chance to get involved in a fun and relaxed choral adventure.   Dear Reader: further inormation is available by following this link…

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