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Temple Music Foundation Spring Concert Season
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Temple Music Foundation Spring Concert Season

A season of gorgeous classical performances from the Temple Music Foundation.

23 January 2017 - 10 July 2017 | Book tickets

This Spring, Temple Music Foundation have a series of spectacular classical and choral concerts and events planned in the beautiful surroundings of Temple Church and Middle Temple Hall. Highlights of the season's events include:
  • The Temple Church Choir explore the unique acoustics of Temple Church with Seraphic Echoes, an evening of relaxing new music on 23 February at 7pm, featuring some of the finest musicians from the film score industry and the art of jazz improvisation.
  • Just before Easter, chamber choir Collegium Musicum of London, the Temple Players, the Bar Choral Society and a team of distinguished soloists perform Bach's St John Passion, taking place on 11 April at 7pm.
  • Roger Sayer, Organist and Director of Music at Temple Church, performs a powerful selection of music including Mendelssohn, Rheinberger and Bach on 11 May at 7.30pm.
  • Featuring Benjamin Britten’s iconic Rejoice in the Lamb and Ralph Vaughan Williams' Mass in G minor, the Choristers of the Temple Church Choir perform a selection of English and French Twentieth Century Masterworks on 18 May at 7pm.
  • The celebrated counter tenor Iestyn Davies performs Schubert’s eternal song cycle, Die Schöne Mullerin, for the first time in his career at Middle Temple Hall on 10 July at 7pm.


Temple Music Foundation Spring Concert Season runs from January to July 2017. Tickets are available to buy online.

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