Verdi's Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Choral Society will be marking its 140th anniversary with a special celebratory performance at the Royal Albert Hall of Verdi’s Requiem, alongside the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Richard Cooke.
The Requiem has special significance for the choir as it gave the British premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in 1875, conducted by Verdi himself. Verdi's Requiem is a work of great dramatic power, perfect for the stunning auditorium of the Royal Albert Hall.
The choir is delighted to be celebrating its 140th anniversary singing this awe-inspiring historic work in the concert hall where they first sang in 1872.
You can see a video of the choir rehearsing the work here:
The RCS are supporting the Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity, donating 20% of all net profits from this concert.
Royal Choral Society 140th Anniversary Concert
Royal Albert Hall
Monday 25th June, 7.30pm
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Richard Cooke - conductor
Judith Howarth - soprano
Julia Riley - mezzo-soprano
Gwyn Hughes Jones - tenor
Matthew Best - bass
Tickets £12-35 (Booking fee applies)
For tickets visit www.royalalberthall.com or call 020 7589 8212