Tag: Concert

City Chorus Centenary Concert – 100 Years of Note

Published on 30th May 2022

City Chorus is celebrating its 100th Anniversary with a special birthday concert on 17th June 2022. The concert was originally planned in 2020. They will perform Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Ave Verum Corpus, and Handel’s anthems My Heart is Inditing and Zadok the Priest, in the stunning setting of Southwark Cathedral in London. Please join them to experience beautiful and inspiring music sung by the choir with professional soloists. Box Office/ To purchase tickets: https://www.londoncitychorus.com/Tickets Ticket (unreserved): £20 (Nave), £10 (some seats have limited view) Website: www.londoncitychorus.com Date: 17 June 2022 Choir: City Chorus conducted by Paul Ayres Start time: 19.30 Doors open: 18.45 Venue: Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London SE1 9DA Programme: Mozart Coronation Mass (K317) Handel Zadok the Priest (HWV 258) Mozart Ave Verum Corpus (K618) Handel My Heart is Inditing (HWV 261) Soprano: Kirsty Hopkins Mezzo- Soprano: Kate Symonds- Joy Tenor: Alexander Aldren Bass: Lawrence White Organist: James Gough      

Sing for Water at The Scoop

Published on 30th July 2019

Sing for Water at The Scoop is an incredible day of music and fundraising for WaterAid. Sing for Water was initiated by Thames Festival Trust and composer Helen Chadwick in 2002 as a choral project which raises money for WaterAid. To date, Sing for Water has raised over £1 million for WaterAid projects in Africa and Asia. This year all the money raised will go towards communities in Malawi. Choirs from London and around the UK learn a repertoire of songs chosen by Roxane Smith and Katie Rose and are then sponsored to perform in a concert at the Scoop. Part of Totally Thames Festival September 1-30 

Lea Delaria Live at The Bridge Theatre

Published on 30th October 2018

Lea DeLaria, ‘Big Boo’ on Orange is the New Black, brings her live show to the Bridge Theatre for one night only. ‘(DeLaria) swings hard, and scats and bends notes in a style that suggests a no-frills Betty Carter on steroids.’ (The New York Times) Known for her frank outspoken politics and big personality, DeLaria is not one to shy away from comedy that will bite hard and elicit gales of laughter. Her new show features hits from her latest album House Of David: delaria+bowie=jazz. and shows off not just DeLaria’ s comic genius but her spectacular vocal range in songs such as ‘Fame’, ‘Young Americans’ and ‘Let’s Dance’. With a velvet-smooth voice contrasting perfectly with razor-sharp wit and sassy stage presence, this will be a spectacular performance. Tickets: £39.50 & £25 Book here. 

Bascule Chamber Concerts

Published on 27th July 2018

Following last year’s sell out concert series in the Bascule Chamber, composer and curator Iain Chambers returns to fill the atmospheric subterranean Victorian space at Tower Bridge with a brand new programme. Featuring newly commissioned vocal works performed by the Marian Consort, a dynamic internationally-renowned young early music vocal ensemble, recognised for their fresh approach and innovative presentation. The Marian Consort will perform classic renaissance pieces, some exploring the phenomenon of voice-hearing. There will also be new site-specific music, alongside specially-commissioned spoken word performances from Rae Levine; plus celebrated tabla player Kuljit Bhamra MBE will perform an exclusive solo set. The Bascule Chamber houses Tower Bridge’s huge counterweights during lifting. When the bridge is at rest, this dramatic brick-lined space stands empty. These unmissable, atmospheric concerts provide a unique way of experiencing one of Victorian engineering’s greatest feats. Book here  Essential information Please note performances are subject to change upto 24 hours before due to the working nature of Tower Bridge. Ensure you have read the full terms & conditions before booking. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and by PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund.

Live station concert by pianist Julian Jacobson

Published on 04th October 2017

THURSDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2017 FROM 7:30AM & REPEATED FROM 5:00PM Pianist Julian Jacobson is acclaimed internationally as a fearless and insightful interpreter of a wide range of repertoire from the classics to contemporary work. His 2013 marathon performance of all 32 Beethoven sonatas in a single day at St Martin-in-the-Fields reached a worldwide audience. He will be playing a YAMAHA C5X GRAND PIANO, courtesy of Yamaha Music London. #LBLiveStation