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Easter Treats April 5th, 2012

Enjoy some traditional uplifting music with the annual Easter performance of Handels Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall.

Easter music at the Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Choral Society and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra perform the music that for many is synonymous with Good Friday. A line up of world class soloists are on the programme for Handels Messiah at Royal Albert Hall with Dr Richard Cooke acting as conductor.

The Handels Messiah Royal Albert Hall concert starts 2.30pm, Friday 6th April 2012. Tickets cost £12.00 – £35.00. For more information and to book your tickets, phone 0845 401 5034.

Relive Handel’s most famous work this Easter with the performance of Messiah at St Martin in the Fields.

Amazing experience Messiah remains Handel’s best-known work, with performances particularly popular during the Easter and Christmas seasons. Messiah is compiled from the King James Bible and the Book of Common Prayer, and looks at Jesus’ role within Christianity. Head to the next Messiah at St Martin in the Fields concert for an awe-inspiring and seasonal experience.

English Chamber Choir
The English Chamber Choir will be blowing audiences away as they perform their harmonic rendition of Messiah. Having performed in iconic film and TV productions such as Ridley Scott’s 1492 and Steven Speilberg’s Band of Brothers, the group look to bring their wealth of experience and captivate London’s heart as they perform at St Martin in the Fields.

Belmont ensemble
The Messiah at St Martin in the Fields will be orchestrated by The Belmont Ensemble of London who are one of the busiest and finest chamber orchestras in the capital. Their CV includes being broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Classic FM, Channel 4 and Five Television.

The Messiah at St Martin in the Fields concert starts 7.30pm, Monday 9th April 2012. Tickets vary from £8.00 – £28.00. For more information and to book tickets please call 020 7766 1100.


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