Forthcoming Events

BFCS’s 2021-2022 season is full of contrasting delights – we’re thrilled to be back performing in person.

Our season launches with an evocative programme of contemporary choral music, from the shimmering beauty of Eriks Esenvalds Stars and Long Road, to the beguiling textures and drama of Whitacre’s Cloudburst. This is complemented by music by Lili Boulanger and Reena Esmail and a great team of guest musicians and soloists.

We welcome back Rothwell Temperance Band for our Christmas concert, and in March sing Bach’s mighty St Matthew Passion in a new English translation.  In summer 2022 we try our hand at opera with Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, together with madrigals by Barbara Strozzi and Bach’s beautiful cantata 196.

Reduced ticket prices for groups of 5 or more, and FREE for people under 30 or on a low income.

Tickets for all events organised by BFCS can be purchased through Ticket Source.

Access to Price Hall:
The main entrance is up several steps – there is a side entrance with level access, there is then some distance to walk or use a wheelchair to the Hall. Please email bradfordfestivalchoralsociety.org.uk for more details.

Aged 30 or under, or on a low income?  Tickets for all our concerts are FREE!

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2020-21 Season Launch – The Road Home

September 5, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us for our 2020-21 Season Launch – The Road Home.

In a first for BFCS, we present an online concert, premiering on our YouTube channel.  The performance features the first opportunity to watch our new video and audio tracks, recorded during lockdown, together with a guest slot from Bradford Friendship Choir and some amazing archive recordings…support us from the comfort of your sofa!  Our musical team will be answering your questions using the live chat feature during the performance – we’d love to hear from you.

Stars – Eriks Esenvalds

Immortal Bach – Nystedt

Bradford Friendship Choir

The Earth hath voice – Kerry Andrew

BFCS archive recording

The Road Home – Stephen Paulus

We suggest a £5 donation – details available shortly.