Next Concerts

St. Bartholomews

 

Wednesday 21 May 2014, 7:30pm

John Tavener and Arvo Part concert, All Saints Church, Hove

This concert is now SOLD OUT, so why not try -

 

Saturday 24 May 2014, 7:30pm

Brighton Festival concert, Dome Concert Hall

Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms
Ravel - Piano Concerto in G
Bernstein - Symphonic Suite from On the Waterfront
Bernstein - Chichester Psalms

Philharmonia Orchestra
Jean-Afflam Bavouzet piano
John Wilson conductor
Brighton Festival Chorus

Tickets available from the Brighton Festival Ticket Office 01273 709709
 

 

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Euro Funding Success

In 2013 Brighton Festival Chorus was awarded support for a series of concerts in France and the UK throughout 2013 to 2015. Phase 1 was a tour of Amiens, Compiegne and Rennes in November 2013 to sing the Verdi Requiem, and was a resounding success with four highly acclaimed, sold out concerts. Phase 2 was a New Year concert in Rouen to sing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. The 5000 seat arena was nearly sold out, and the concert was another success.

The final phase will be two further performances of the Verdi Requiem at the Backstage Centre, Purfleet, Essex on July 3 and July 4, when Brighton Festival Chorus will be joined by the Thurrock Community Choir.

 

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Since its formation in 1968 Brighton Festival Chorus has developed a well-earned reputation as one of the most versatile choirs in the UK, competing with London-based choirs in its busy schedule of concerts.  The Chorus has gained the respect of many leading conductors and orchestras for its consistently high standards and for the breadth of repertoire that it performs.

"...From the first almost whispered "Requiem" to the final dying phrase, the BFC was crisp and clear, warm and haunting....."