Please join us for a fabulous concert in Covent Garden
on Wednesday 27 September 2017
Venue: St Paul’s Church Covent Garden (the “Actors’ Church”), Bedford Street, London WC2E 9ED
Time and date: 7.30pm on Wednesday 27 September 2017
Programme: roof-raising performances by the winning choirs of this year’s Music in Offices Choir Competition. Choirs from Deloitte and MEC will sing a wide range of favourites, from Lennon and McCartney to Billy Joel and traditional spirituals.
Tickets: £18 or £23 (£5 for children)
This concert will raise funds for The BEARR Trust! The organisers, The Brandenburg Choral Festival, will donate £9 to BEARR for every ticket that we sell to our supporters. Tickets cost £18 (unreserved seats) or £23 (premium tickets for reserved seats, plus a programme and an interval drink).
Buying tickets: to ensure that £9 of your ticket price goes to BEARR, please book online through the following link:
Or contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org (but please note that we can only sell you the standard £18 tickets).
Les Miserables medley | Kretzmer/Schonberg arr. P Crockford
Yesterday/Eleanor Rigby | Lennon and McCartney arr. P Crockford
River in Judea | Linda Marcus and Jack Feldman
Babethandaza/Siyahamba | Trad. African arr. P Crockford
Barbara Ann | Fred Fassert arr. Peter Hunt
And So It Goes | Billy Joel arr. Bob Chilcott
Hold Back The River | James Bay & Iain Archer
Oh Shenandoah | Anon arr. Ian Hankey
Take On Me | Waaktaa-Gamst/Furuholmen/Harket arr. O’Dwyer
Viva La Vida | Berryman/Buckland/Champion/Martin arr. Jens Johansen
Some further details about the event:
- Tickets for children can be bought through the above link for £5
- Programmes can be bought on the night for £2 if you have not bought a premium ticket
- There will be a cash bar in the interval if you have not bought a premium ticket
- BEARR is collaborating with HealthProm, who will also be raising funds for their activities through their own ticket sales. Both charities will share the proceeds of a collection on the night.
And about the choirs