Bristol Bach Choir to Perform Concert at Bristol Cathedral in MarchMarch 11th, 2014
Bristol Cathedral is the venue for a concert full of atmosphere, special lighting effects and of course, fabulous music. Rachmaninov and John Tavener have both written works of great beauty, intensity and spirituality.
On 22nd March Bristol Bach Choir will be performing Rachmaninov’s stunning Vespers along with some of John Tavener’s deeply moving music, including his Song for Athene which was performed at the funeral of princess Diana.
The audience is also in for a real treat hearing a star in the making, soprano Vivian Yau, who will sing Tavener’s Lament of the mother of God. Although only just 18 and still a pupil of Wells Cathedral Music School, Vivian has already performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall, won international prizes for her singing and has been offered major scholarships at several world-renowned music colleges.
The concert takes place on Saturday 22nd March at 7.30pm in Bristol Cathedral.
Tickets cost between £10 – £25 and are available online at www.bristolbach.org.uk or by phoning 0117 214 0721.Back to news