The Dublin Symphony Orchestra returns to Saint Bartholomew’s this Saturday for their winter concert! This year’s all-Tchaikovsky programme begins at 8.00pm. Tickets are €15; €12 concession, and may be purchased at the door.
The Jubilate Choir comes to Saint Bartholomew’s on Saturday, 10 November at 3.00pm to sing Fauré’s Requiem and Duruflé’s Requiem in a performance conducted by Amy Ryan and featuring Judith Lyons (soprano), Aisling Lakes (mezzo-soprano), and David Scott (baritone). David Grealy will accompany them on the organ.
The Jubliate Choir is highly experienced, having performed major works including Bach’s St Matthew Passion and St John Passion, and most recently the Irish premiere of Graun’s Passion: Der Tod Jesu.
Tickets are €20; €10 for under 18s, and may be purchased at the door or at eventbrite.ie.
Tickets for our annual Concert of Carols and Festive Readings are now for sale here. The tickets cost €25, which drops to €20 if you purchase three or more in the same transaction. Due to popular demand, we’re going to run the same programme on Sunday, 9 December and Sunday, 16 December, both at 7.00pm. The show will feature the combined choirs performing a variety of traditional carols, which will be interspersed with seasonal readings presented once again by the delightfully charismatic Tim Thurston. Afterwards, all attendees are invited to a reception with wine and mince pies.
We are delighted to welcome the German choir “amante della musica menden,” which will be performing a joint concert with the Irish choir Cantairí Avondale at Saint Bartholomew’s on Tuesday, 16 October at 8.00pm.
The programme includes a mix of international folk songs and classical literature pieces. This concert is part of a seven-day tour of Dublin led by choir director and organist Stefan Risse, which will also see the German choir sing at a lunchtime recital at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The concert at Saint Bartholomew’s is a free event and all are welcome!
Mark your calendars for Culture Night, which this year will feature a programme at Saint Bartholomew’s entitled Johann Sebastian Bach: A Life in Chorale Preludes. Presenter Tim Thurston and organist Andrew Johnstone will survey the life of the great German composer through a 40-minute chronological selection of his 200+ organ preludes on Lutheran chorales. The show will begin at 6:30pm. This event is free and part of a nationwide celebration of the arts, culture, and heritage.
Please note there will not be an Evensong service this Sunday, 27 May. Instead, please join us for the choir summer concert, Vivaldi Gloria, at 6.00pm. The event is free and will be followed by a sparkling wine reception.
Evensong services resume next week.