Beethoven’s “Mass in D” (Missa Solemnis)

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, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London 51.505717 -0.117073
Dates & Time:
7.30 PM
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£10 to £65
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Sir Mark Elder will be conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra and London Philharmonic Choir at the Royal Festival Hall.

They will be performing Ludwig Van Beethoven's "Mass in D" (Missa solemnis).

Sir Mark Elder is the music director of Manchester’s famous Hallé Orchestra. The British conductor has also held important roles with the English National Opera (ENO), BBC Symphony Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

The London Philharmonic is one of the leading independent choirs in the country, working closely with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. With 200+ members ranging from bass, tenor, alto and soprano, the choir has a wide repertoire of choral styles.

The London Philharmonic Orchestra was founded by Sir Thomas Beecham, and has been based at London’s Royal Festival Hall ever since its opening in 1951. It is also the resident symphony orchestra of the Glyndebourne Festival Opera.

 

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