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The Brandenburg Choral Festival is London's biggest and broadest celebration of all things choral. It brings together choirs and vocal ensembles of different shapes and sizes, and from every musical background - classical and jazz, a cappella or accompanied gospel, male voice, choral scholars, community choirs, and a whole lot more besides!
Associate Music Director Suzy Digby brings the 2015 Brandenburg Choral Festival Spring Series to a magnificent close with Voce Chamber Choir performing Brahms' masterpiece German Requiem.
- The first half of the concert will feature Voce Chamber choir (conductor Suzi Digby OBE) performing four unaccompanied choral works written by Schumann. Schumann was a friend of Brahms and in between each piece an exchange of letters between the two composers will be read out. The first half of the concert will last approx. 25 minutes and will be followed by an interval of around 20 minutes.
- The second half of the concert will feature Voce Chamber choir performing Brahms' Requiem. Brahms originally wrote the Requiem for a piano duet and for this performance the choir will be accompanied by piano duo Sue Graham Smith and Daniel Hill. This second half will last an hour.
This special concert will support the vital work carried out by the Dyslexia Research Trust. On every ticket sale, £7 will go directly to the Trust. Thank you for your support.
Brahms - Ein Deutsches Requiem
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
St Martin-in-the-Fields is on the north east corner of Trafalgar Square, and any bus bound for Trafalgar Square or Charing Cross Station will bring you to the door. Charing Cross tube is next to the church, and Embankment and Leicester Square are both a short walk away. For further details, click here
Does the venue offer wheelchair access and disabled facilities?
St Martin-in-the-Fields is committed to making all of its activities as open and accessible as possible to all. For further details, please click here
Please let us know in advance of your booking if you are a wheelchair user to ensure that there is appropriate space for you and a companion/s.
Can I print and post the booking form? Please complete a booking form and return it with your booking fee to: Dyslexia Research Trust, The Sherrington Building, Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PT. Please note that tickets are subject to availability.
Do I have to bring my printed Eventbrite ticket to the event?
You will not receive a printed Eventbrite ticket for your online booking. However you will be sent an email confirming receipt for your payment.
A voucher will be emailed to you prior to the event from the Brandenburg Choral Festival. You will need to exchange this voucher on the night for a printed ticket at the venue's box office.
If you do not receive your voucher before 30 April 2015, please contact Clarice Davies Tel 01865 282552 or E email@example.com
Can I get a refund on my ticket?
All tickets are sold subject to availabiity and are non-refundable.
Are there concessionary rates?
Everyone pays £18 with £7 on every ticket sale going directly to the charity.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact us on Tel 01865 282552 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Dyslexia Research Trust
The Dyslexia Research Trust helps people with reading and writing difficulties from all walks of life, throughout their school, social, and working lives; from young children starting school to adults. Often dyslexics are very bright; they just need the right help to enable them to fulfil their true potential.