Saturday 15 October 2016
St John's Smith Square
London SW1P 3HA
This is the page to book singers' passes. To book audience tickets click here, or to book post-concert reception tickets click here.
Come and Sing Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem /
A German Requiem (in German)
in a workshop directed by conductor and choral trainer Adrian Partington, accompanied by Tom Etheridge. Philharmonia Orchestra members will play alongside young professionals in the evening's performance, which will feature soprano Mary Pope and baritone Robert Rice.
Workshop starts 1.30 pm
£20 (£18 if booked before 26 September) to include light refreshments.
We will be using the Peters Edition score
Music hire £5 + £15 deposit
Concert performance starts 7 pm
The dress code for singers is plain brightly coloured-shirts, long black skirts or black trousers
Audience tickets £15, £12, £10
Celebrate the achievements of the day with a nibble and a glass of wine at a post-concert reception hosted by the Three Choirs Festival Society. Jeremy Wilding, chairman of the Society, Adrian Partington, artistic director of Gloucester Three Choirs Festival and Alexis Paterson, chief executive
of the Three Choirs Festival will talk about the festival, and you’ll have a chance to find out more about plans for Worcester 2017. Please bring friends and family who might like to find out more about becoming a member of the Society.
Reception tickets £5.
Singers’ passes, concert and reception tickets
All available from the Three Choirs Festival website www.3choirs.org and ticket office 01452 768928
Audience tickets only are also available from St John’s Smith Square box office.
Please note, if you are buying tickets for all parts of the day make sure that tickets for all 3 events are added to the same basket, to avoid paying multiple booking fees.
Concert promoted by the Three Choirs Festival Society and Pascall Promotions in aid of the Three Choirs Festival
PHOTOS: Adrian Partington c. Antony Thompson
St John's Smith Square c. Matthew Andrews