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Bach: St John Passion

19th of March, 2022

On Saturday 19 March 2022, the 150 voices of Worcester Festival Choral Society close their landmark 160th anniversary season with Bach's glittering choral masterpiece, St John Passion... one of the greatest sacred choral works that is by turns evocative, stirring, exultant and profoundly moving.

Fittingly complemented by the magnificent setting of Worcester Cathedral, the Chorus will be joined by six, acclaimed soloists: Nicholas Mulroy (tenor / Evangelist), James Newby (bass-baritone / Christus), John Savournin (bass-baritone / Pilatus), Angela Hicks (soprano), Sarah Denbee (mezzo soprano) and Alessandro Fisher (tenor). 

Accompanied by the superb Meridian Sinfonia orchestra,  the concert will be conducted by Worcester Cathedral's director of music Samuel Hudson. 

Book your tickets for this thrilling musical evening HERE soon.

Find our Covid-19 concert safety information HERE

IMPORTANT: NEW CATHEDRAL ACCESS INFORMATION 2021 - Please note that audience access to Worcester Cathedral nave is now EXCLUSIVELY via the front North Door (facing Worcester High Street). There is now NO access from the former rear Cloisters door. Please allow for this in your arrival plans!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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