JS Bach – St Matthew Passion with Nonsuch singers

Nonsuch Singers’ 4oth Anniversary season

Non Such Singers Concert in Southwark Cathedral

JS Bach – St Matthew Passion with Nonsuch singers -Nonsuch singers’ 40th anniversary season highlight will be a performance of JS Bach’s magnificent St. Matthew Passion in the gothic splendour of Southwark Cathedral on the bank of the Thames at London Bridge.

For this performance the choir will be joined by Nicholas Mulroy, one of the most compelling Evangelists of his generation, an outstanding line-up of soloists, and the Nonsuch Baroque Players, a period instrument orchestra drawn from amongst the finest professional players of this repertoire. We are delighted to be joined too by Eltham College Boys’ Choir as the ripieno choir.

Join Nonsuch Singers and our Music Director Tom Bullard for what we are sure will be an evening of memorable music making.

The choir typically gives six or seven concerts a year, mostly in prominent London venues but also further afield, regularly performing with some of the UK’s leading instrumental ensembles and finest young vocal soloists. Our repertoire encompasses a cappella and accompanied works from the Renaissance to the present day, and we perform regularly with many of the UK’s leading period instrumental ensembles and finest young vocal soloists.

The choir is raising £5000 to help fund this very special concert – please visit our fundraising page and consider ‘sponsoring’ a member of the Bach family to support our efforts to celebrate this milestone.

  Book tickets here

JS Bach – St Matthew Passion Nonsuch Singers
Friday, 31 March 2017 from 19:00 to 22:00
London, United Kingdom
Tickets £12 t0 £40
Southwark Cathedral

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