This newly announced festival will be filmed live in VOCES8’s stunning church in the heart of the city, Cadogan Hall, St. Barts
Church, and venues overseas.
The festival will feature and broadcast ten concerts and three educational performances celebrating love, new life and hope from the 13th February until the 22nd April.
Over the course of nine weeks, the festival will feature special concerts celebrating Valentine’s Day, International Women’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Holy Week and Earth Day.
Meanwhile, some of the award winning groups and musicians featured in the Spring festival include VOCES8, the Academy of Ancient Music, Stile Antico, the Carducci Quartet, Rachel Podger, Joanna MacGregor, Dame Emma Kirkby, Jason Max Ferdinand (whose new choir gives its debut
performance), I Fagiolini, the English Chamber Orchestra and Apollo5.
The repertoire that audiences can expect to see performed will include Bach Mass in B Minor, Barber Dover Beach, Allegri Miserere, Dove The Passing of the Year and Fauré Requiem,alongside new commissions, new arrangements and three world premieres from Joanna Marsh, Shruthi Rajasekar and Ben Rowarth.
Tickets for the season of performances start at £80, wil tickets for individual concerts will be available for £12.50. Each of the concerts will be made available on demand until the 30th April.
As with its previous festivals, Live From London – Spring will be raising money for artists, venues and promoters to cover their COVID-19 losses, and to reunite the world’s many singers, and audiences with much needed live concerts.
For more information and to book tickets visit: https://voces8.foundation/events/livefromlondon-spring