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St Matthew Passion at The Royal Festival Hall

St Matthew Passion at The Royal Festival Hall

This annual performance by the Bach Choir of St Matthew Passion is a must-see event in the musicial calendar.

2 April 2017 | Visit website

The Bach Choir’s annual performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St Matthew Passion, sung in English, is a much-anticipated fixture in London’s musical calendar. Join Evangelist Toby Spence, countertenor Iestyn Davies, baritone Roderick Williams and the period instrument ensemble Florilegium for this Passion Sunday performance, conducted by David Hill.

See St Matthew Passion performed at The Royal Festival Hall at 11am on Sunday 2 April. Tickets are between £10–£52. Find out more and book tickets here.
 

Southbank Centre, , Belvedere Rd, , Lambeth, , London SE1 8XX

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