Sunday 11 June
St Bride's, 5:30pm (no interval)
Choral Evensong in one of Sir Christopher Wren's finest buildings, marking the 300th anniversary of his death. Music by Henry Purcell, whose Te Deum was first sung in Wren's new St. Bride's in 1694, and also by Purcell's pupil John Weldon, Director of Music at St. Bride's during the early 18th century.
St Bride’s boasts one of the best professional church choirs in the country, which to this day enjoys singing in Wren's exceptional acoustic.
Programme to include:
PURCELL Evening Service in B flat
PURCELL "O God, thou art my God"
and music by John Weldon
Robert Jones, director
Benjamin Giddens, organ
Choir of St Bride's
Details correct at time of publication and may be subject to change