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Brandenberg Traditional Christmas Concert Brandenberg Singers Friday 06 December 2019

Brandenburg Traditional Christmas Concert

in association with the Arts Society Greater London Area

Accompanied by mulled wine made to an ancient and secret family recipe and mince pies, this concert is guaranteed to get you fully into the Christmas spirit with a wide stylistic range of Christmas-focussed ethereal music, entertaining seasonal readings and opportunities to stretch the vocal cords by joining in with a few traditional and well-known carols

There will also be an interval presentation on the history and architecture of this very special venue.
 

Friday 6th December at 5.30pm

St Bartholomew the Great EC1A 7JQ

The Brandenburg Singers directed by Bob Porter

Tickets: £19.50  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/t-mkxgmx

or for group bookings email bob@brandenburg.org.uk

St Bartholomew the Great is London’s oldest parish church. 

At the heart of the Smithfield area, with its hospital, pubs, restaurants, and market, is a church built when Henry I, son of William the Conqueror, was King of England. It survived the Great Fire of 1666 and the bombs dropped in two World Wars.

Today the Church has a reputation not only for wonderful Romanesque architecture, but also for traditional formal worship, marvellous music and intelligent preaching. It has also appeared in a series of award-winning films including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shakespeare in Love, The End of the Affair, Amazing Grace, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and The Other Boleyn Girl.
 

Bob Porter is the Artistic Director of the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London. He is a Freeman of the City of London and is passionate about choral music, cricket, red wine and jazz.