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The Bach Choir: Viva Verdi!

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Bach Choir singers on stage smiling, holding the score

Artists

David Hill – conductor

Giselle Allen – soprano
Pene Patti – tenor
The Bach Choir

Programme

Verdi La forza del destino: Overture

Verdi La forza del destino: Rataplan

Verdi La traviata: Brindisi

Verdi La traviata: Lunge da lei

Verdi La Traviata: Addio del passato

Verdi Il trovatore: Di quella pira

Verdi Il trovatore: Anvil Chorus

Verdi Nabucco: Entry Chorus

Verdi Nabucco: Va, pensiero (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves)

— Interval —

Verdi Quattro pezzi sacri: Te Deum

Verdi Otello: Willow Song

Verdi Otello: Fuoco di gioia

Verdi Macbeth: Chorus, Patria Oppressa

Verdi Rigoletto: La Donna è Mobile

Verdi Aida: Triumphal March and Chorus, Gloria all'Egitto

‘Probably the finest independent choir in the world’ (Evening Standard) performs choruses by the master of Italian opera.

In a stirring concert, the Bach Choir presents Verdi’s best-loved opera choruses including ‘Va Pensiero’ from Nabucco, the ‘Anvil chorus’ from Il Trovatore and choruses from MacbethAidaOtello and La Traviata.

The programme also includes Verdi’s Four Sacred Pieces.

Need to know

Prices & Discounts

£10 – £55

Running time

1 hour 50 minutes, including 20-minute interval

Recommended age

From 7+

 

 

Box office

Southbank Centre Box Office: 020 3879 9555

Promoter

This concert is presented by The Bach Choir

Venue

Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall

Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XX

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