Friday 29 March 7.30pm
Celebrate the 300th anniversary of Bach’s St John Passion on Good Friday 2024.
We are at 197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, about 200 yards from Piccadilly Circus.
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This is not just a concert; it’s a journey through history, a musical experience like no other. Transport yourself to the premiere in Leipzig in 1724 with period instruments and immerse in the emotional and historical significance of this masterpiece.
World-class artistry and insights
Conducted by Tom Hammond-Davies, the Oxford Bach Soloists team up with world leading Evangelist, Mark Padmore. This is your chance to witness top-class, unbeatable music-making that will move your soul. Dive into Bach’s music on Good Friday and gain incredible insights from pre-concert talks, connecting history, science, and music in a truly unique way.
Tom Hammond-Davies, conductor
Mark Padmore, Evangelist
Florian Störtz, Christ
Ben Davies, Pilate
Lucy Cronin & Sam Cobb, soprano
Rebecca Leggett, alto
Thomas Kelly, tenor