St Albans Bach Choir presents Durufle Requiem & Mozart Vesperae Solennes de Confessore Date: Saturday 12 November 2022 Time: 7.30pm St Albans Bach Choir Sinfonia Verdi Andrew Lucas, Conductor Jacqueline Varsey, Soprano Kathryn Rudge, Alto Seumas Begg, Tenor Gaeth Brynmor John, Bass St Albans Bach Choir gave its first concert in 1924, a performance of Bach’s St Matthew Passion. The Choir presents a wide variety of music, staging three major concerts and two charity carol concerts each year in St Albans Cathedral. Andrew Lucas, the Cathedral’s Master of the Music, has been the Choir’s Music Director since 1998. Recent performances have included JS Bach – St John Passion and Christmas Oratorio, and in July this year the rarely performed St Paul Oratorio by Felix Mendelssohn. In 2013, 2015 and again in 2019, the Choir performed with John Rutter and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for their popular carol concerts at the Royal Albert Hall. On the 6 July this year, the Choir, in conjunction with the Parliament Choir, formed the chorus for a concert in St Albans Cathedral in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Tickets: Premium £30 - Centre front with full view Classic £25 - Centre middle with full view Standard plus £18 - Centre back with full view Standard £12 - Centre back with full view No view £12 - Mainly located in the aisles or behind pillars. These seats have no view of the stage. No view seats will only be released when seats with views have sold out. Concessions: Children under 16 £12 (not available on Premium tickets) Students with ID £12 (not available on Premium tickets) Companions of wheelchair users free. Doors will open 30 minutes before concert starts. There is an interval of 20 minutes during this performance.