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The escalating effects of the Coronavirus pan-epidemic means that regrettably, we have had to postpone our Easter Concert (29/30 March) – this is particularly disappointing in view of the effort you have put in to bring it within reach for the performance. We will reschedule The Seasons later in the year into an existing slot.
How much else will require a reschedule is unclear, but this is a changing scene and we will give regular updates. We look forward to seeing you all again as soon as is possible.
BAFCO presents their Easter Concert
Monday 30th March 2020 at 7.30 pm
The Great Hall, St Bartholomew’s Hospital
West Smithfield, EC1A 7BE
Tube/Train: St Paul’s, Barbican, Farringdon or City Thameslink
Conductor: John Lumley ♦ Leader: Margaret Banwell
Tickets: £15, £10 concessions – available at the door
Join us for a delightful evening of Haydn’s last oratorio,
written for orchestra, choir and soloists.
The Great Hall at Barts is an impressive historical environment for our concerts.
Ascend the stairs and marvel at the Hogarth paintings
before being seated amidst benevolence past and present.
Bring your own score
and enjoy an afternoon in the company of
Barts Academic Festival Choir and Orchestra
with Margaret Banwell as leader
conducted by John Lumley
– listeners are welcome too!
• Entry is free entry but donations to
Barts Cancer Unit are most welcome •
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The Great Hall is an impressive historical environment for our concerts.
Ascend the stairs and marvel at the Hogarth paintings before being seated amidst benevolence past and present.
– Train: City Thameslink (Holborn Viaduct exit)
– Tube: St Pauls (Central), Barbican, Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan)
– Bus: 46 56 (Bart’s Hospital), 8 25 521 (City Thameslink), 100 (King Edward Street)
If you enjoy singing and like an informal approach, join our choir – we welcome new members. For information, message us via our Contact Us page.
SAVE THE DATE
Easter Concert – Monday 30th March at 7.30 pm in The Great Hall at Barts Hospital
Our Christmas Concert in the Great Hall was a lovely way to start the lead up to Christmas! We immersed ourselves in Mozart, Elgar, Bach, Handel and favourite carols for everyone to sing. The woodwind excelled themselves in the orchestral pieces and the choir enjoyed singing the choruses from the Messiah, and Christmas Oratorio.
The audience were as generous as ever with donations towards the Barts Cancer Unit, and everyone enjoyed both singing the carols and the wine and mince pies in the interval! A lovely evening all round, with the Great Hall full of Christmas Joy and a beautiful twinkling Christmas tree! Thanks to our faithful followers – it was good to see both friends and newcomers!
The choir starts again on Friday 10th January 2020 at 7.00 pm, rehearsing The Seasons by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) – one of the last great movements that he wrote, based on the poem by James Thomson (1700-1748). This secular oratorio is written for soloists, choir and orchestra.
If you would like to sing with us, please do get in touch via this link to our Contact Us page. We welcome new members and would love to hear from you.
In the meantime, we wish you the very best for the festive season and look forward to seeing you in the New Year.
SAVE THE DATE
MONDAY 9th DECEMBER 2019 at 7.30 PM
THE GREAT HALL, ST BARTHOLOMEW’S HOSPITAL
Conductor: John Lumley
Leader: Margaret Banwell
Admission: Tickets £15, concessions £10 – available on the door
• All proceeds go to Barts Cancer Unit •
St Bartholomew’s Hospital, West Smithfield, EC1A 7BE
– Tube/Train: St Paul’s, Farringdon, Barbican, City Thameslink
– Bus: 46, 56 (St Bartholomew’s Hospital) or 8, 25, 521 (City Thameslink)
Come and celebrate the start of the festive season with us at our Christmas Concert, where you can join in the audience carols and reward yourself with a mince pie and a drink – all for a great cause.
The Great Hall at Barts is an impressive historical environment for our concerts. Ascend the stairs and marvel at the Hogarth paintings before being seated amidst benevolence past and present.