Bach: St. John Passion
‘Haste, ye deeply wounded spirits…’
JS Bach’s St John Passion is an intensely personal experience, bringing to life the humanity of the passion story. For these performances, we’re delighted to be collaborating with several illustrious conductors and celebrated choirs.
Matthew Martin conductor
The Choir of Keble College
An award-winning composer and Director of Music at Keble College, Matthew Martin is recognised internationally for his dynamic style of composition – needless to say, we anticipate an electric performance that’s not to be missed. We’re also delighted to announce our collaboration with Matthew and The Choir of Keble College for this season, uniting for the first performance and recording of the Missa Regalis (1740) by Francisco Valls (1665/71–1747); to be released in 2020.
Daniel Hyde conductor
The Choir of King’s College
Daniel Hyde is a versatile musician: a conductor of orchestras and choirs, a world-class organist and a broad-minded academic; now in the prestigious role of Director of Music at King’s College, Cambridge, succeeding the recently honoured Sir Stephen Cleobury. Daniel will conduct the Choir of King’s College; one of today’s most accomplished and renowned choral groups.
William Vann conductor
Chapel Choir of Royal Hospital Chelsea
Known for his deft pianism, William Vann is a multiple-prize winning conductor and accompanist, and performs with a host of major singers and instrumentalists across the world. Founder and Artistic Director of the London English Song Festival, William will be joined by the Chapel Choir of Royal Hospital Chelsea – one of the finest professional church choirs in the UK – for this performance at London’s Cadogan Hall.