BFCS’s 2019-2020 season is full of contrasting delights, drama and passion. In November we perform a brilliant musical drama by Paul Mealor (whose music was performed at Prince William’s wedding) alongside John Rutter’s Gloria; December brings Christmas Old and New; in March we perform one of classical music’s greatest masterpieces, Bach’s St Matthew Passion and in summer, we bring you Faith, Passion and Betrayal, featuring Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas.
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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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Join our vocal workshop, led by choral expert and BFCS Musical Director Tom Leech, to explore Bach's great masterpiece, the St Matthew Passion. A brilliant opportunity to experience the work in an outstanding new English translation. Workshop 2-5pm Informal performance (extracts) 6-6.45pm Tickets available now - click hereFind out more »
We perform one of the greatest masterpieces of classical music, with a team of outstanding soloists, the brilliant Baroque in the North orchestra and Bradford Catholic Youth Choir. The work is sung in a new English translation by Andrew Greenan and John Longstaff, giving both the drama and reflection a new and immediate impact. Christopher O'Gorman - Evangelist Phil Wilcox - Christus Peyee Chen - Soprano Hannah Mason - Mezzo-soprano Christopher Nehaul - Tenor Bradford Catholic Youth Choir Baroque in…Find out more »
Consoling faith, tempestuous passion and fatal betrayal - it's all in our summer concert, held in the beautiful surroundings of Bradford's Ukrainian Cultural Centre. Diderich Buxtehude was a giant of the early Baroque - the young Bach walked over 200 miles to hear him direct his famous concerts in Lubeck. His cantata Alles was ihr tut is wonderfully optimistic, combining energetic choruses with elegant solos and beautiful instrumental movements. Meanwhile in Venice, Barbara Strozzi was writing her many sets of…Find out more »