Sing-through Choral Concert

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Sun 18Aug

Bach Choral Concert

Facilitator: Gavin Carr

Listen to an informal performance of Bach’s B minor Mass, the culmination of the Choral Experience Weekend. One of the Baroque period’s most celebrated masterpieces, this Mass was Bach’s last major work before he died in 1750. It is widely hailed as one of the greatest compositions in musical history.

By donation to the Eileen Nesfield-Cookson bursary fund.

Gavin Carr, director of the Philharmonia Chorus and the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, is one of the UK’s leading choral conductors. His career encompasses a considerable experience in early and baroque music alongside many cutting-edge contemporary commissions.

Event time: Sun 18th Aug 2019 at 3:15pm - Sun 18th Aug 2019 at 4:00pm

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Tickets will be available on the door but we recommend booking online in advance as events can sell out.

Entry is by donation to the Eileen Nesfield-Cookson Bursary Fund.

Gavin Carr

Gavin Carr, director of the Philharmonia Chorus and the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, is one of the UK’s leading choral conductors. His career encompasses a considerable experience in early and baroque music alongside many cutting-edge contemporary commissions. As a solo baritone and a conductor of opera, he approaches his choral work from a perspective deeply embedded in the best vocal traditions, and always seeks to enable his singers to find the most vibrant vocal production appropriate to the repertoire. Working all over the world in workshops and masterclasses, he is much-loved for his friendly wit and engaging charisma.

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Testimonials

“What a huge treat! Will come again. Exceptionally lovely staff.”

“Really lovely and wonderful to come across a place so environmentally attuned and productive. Loved the gardens and grounds.”

“Gavin is so knowledgeable about vocal technique and such fun to sing with – we achieved a high standard on difficult repertoire.”