Brighton Festival Chorus Chamber Domaine James Morgan conductor St John Passion As Easter beckons, Brighton Festival Chorus returns to Brighton Dome for a special ‘in the round’ performance of JS Bach’s glorious St John Passion. First performed in Leipzig on Good Friday 1724, Bach’s powerfully meditative interpretation of the Gospel of St John is a work of startling immediacy yet subtle nuance, recreating the psychological and emotional conflict of Christ’s final days before His public trial and crucifixion. Bach’s dramatic vision is brought vividly to life in this intimate Proms-style performance, which takes the singers in and amongst the audience.Tickets Save
Formed in 2012, Cello Ensemble Tre Voci is made up of Norwegian cellist Torun Saeter Stavseng and British cellists/composers Gregor Riddell and Colin Alexander. All experienced soloists and chamber instrumentalists, Tre Voci programs music ranging from transcriptions of medieval and renaissance vocal music to contemporary commissions including the use of electronics and improvisation. Notes Inégales will perform first followed by Tre Voci. Finally Tre Voci and Notes Inégales will join to present a specially prepared set. Food from 7pm, performances from 8pm.Tickets Save
Flautist Rowland Sutherland enjoys playing in many different fields of music. He regularly performs in new music ensembles, jazz groups, symphony orchestras, improv groups, various non-Western groups, pop outfits and as a soloist.
Many of Rowland’s solo contemporary flute performances have been ...See Full Bio