Buckland and Betchworth Choral Society present a programme of music specially chosen to reflect on this memorable day in world history.
The centrepiece of the concert will be Gabriel Fauré’s awe-inspiring Mass of the Dead, his Requiem. Since its first performance in 1888, this work has become a firm favourite with audiences and choirs alike and regularly features in ‘Hall of Fame’ rankings.
In the same vein of remembrance and contemplation, the concert will also feature:
‘Agnus Dei’ from Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man,
‘Lift Thine Eyes’ from Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Howard
Goodall’s The Lord is My Shepherd (better known as the theme to BBC’s The Vicar of Dibley) and Bob Chilcott's Be Thou My Vision.
The Choir is lucky to be joined by soloists Harriet Burns (soprano) and Kieran Rayner (baritone), as well as our brilliant accompanist, Anna Tetsuya, playing Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique.
Sat 11 November 2017
St Mark's, Reigate
£15 [Students £7.50]
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On Saturday 1st July 2017 we will be joining up with a variety of other choirs and singing at the Voices of London Festival, which celebrates the extraordinary range of vocal diversity on offer in the Capital and beyond. As part of the Festival Chorus, BBCS will be joining forces with choirs from across the south of England to perform Rutter's Feel the Spirit.
Sat 1 July 2017
Join members of BBCS and their Musical Director, Helen Smee to explore two works with a strong jazz/gospel influence: Rutter's Feel the Spirit and Will Todd's Mass in Blue.
Sat 6 May 2017
St Mark's Church Hall
Tickets £15 (including music hire)
To take part, please download and return the registration form on the right.
A regular feature of the BBCS Calendar, the Choir's Ensemble perform for Broome Park's annual fête.
Sat 10 June
Broome Park Nursing Home
Surrey RH3 7DF