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Brandenburg Choral Festival of London presents a Spring Festival

Let us bring you a little bit of springtime cheer!

This time last year we were preparing to run a series of concerts at
St Bartholomew the Great called ‘A Spring Bouquet’. We still can’t
welcome you into Great St Bart’s – but we refuse to let Covid defeat
us a second time, so we’re moving the concert online in the same
format as the hugely popular concerts in December 2020.

Thursday 8th April, 2pm and 5pm
with the Brandenburg Camino Choir and the Choir of St Bartholomew the Great

Tickets are £10 – Sign up here

The pre-recorded musical content will include excerpts from Vivaldi
Gloria (with the Brandenburg Baroque Soloists), Fauré Requiem, O
Magnum Mysterium by Morten Lauridsen and a stunning vocal arrangement of Albinoni Adagio, all performed by the Brandenburg Camino Choir.
We will additionally present a number of more intimate performances
by the superb professional choir of St Bartholomew the Great.
The whole programme will have a refreshing flavour of Spring and be
interspersed with readings providing a resonance of hope as Spring
Delivery will be via Zoom (no technical knowledge required – just
click on the link provided). We’ll also supply a pdf programme to be
printed at home, together with tips to enhance the quality of audio
delivery in the home.
We hope to see you there!

The Flannan Island Mystery. Freebies

If you enjoyed the Flannan Island Mystery, now re-live the experience with

  • A free download of the music in the show.
  • A book about the mystery, including lyrics.
  • A bonus puzzle book, which, when solved, links to bonus content
The extra content is here:
and the passcode for the page is: FGDLU3A
Also see the Open Meetings page for details of April, May, June meetings, or download the information here.

Talks by Blue badge Guides

It’s called ‘Square Stories’ and the five of them will be talking about London’s garden squares, Oxford’s Radcliffe Square, the Georgian splendour of Bath’s Queens square, the tourist favourites of Trafalgar and Parliament Squares, and more. Go to our ‘forthcoming tours‘ page and scroll down until you find 1 March.

You’ll also find a full programme of talks taking us into March, including brand new tours of the River Thames, the Cotswolds and WW1 War Memorials, among others.

Go to their YouTube channel and you can see their previous free group chats, take a tour of Parliament Square and see some of the treasures of the British Museum