Concerts and other major events

Free concerts in the College Chapel every Wednesday 1.15-1.45pm during term.

Come and relax in the beautiful setting of Royal Holloway Chapel. Each week there is a themed programme featuring a wide variety of music from the Choir of Royal Holloway alongside visiting instrumentalists, instrumental and vocal solos.

Click on the Midweek Music picture on the left to see details of the next concert and programmes for this term.

Or read on to find details of our featured concerts, both at the College and around the UK.

 

 

Christmas with the Choir of Royal Holloway

13 December 2019, 7:30pm

College Chapel, Royal Holloway, University of London

Join the Choir of Royal Holloway for their annual Christmas concert in the beautiful surroundings of the College’s Chapel. Featuring music for choir and piano, the programme will consist of firm favourites in new arrangements, original works by Ben Parry and Christopher Robinson, and traditional carols to encourage some audience participation.

Tickets are now on sale, and can be bought here.

 

 

Concert for the Lamberhurst Music Festival

15 December 2019, 7:30pm

St Mary’s Church, Lamberhurst, Kent TN3 8DT

The concert of carols will be a joyful celebration of Christmas, ranging from well-loved favourites to lesser heard carols. The church will be lit by candles for the concert.

Tickets are available here.

 

Concert for the China-UK International Music Festival

18 January 2020, 7:00

The Octagon at Queen Mary, University of London, E1 4NS

The choir perform a concert of British and Chinese choral music as part of the China UK international music festival. The programme pairs folksongs from the UK and China, as well as new works from the two countries.

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Royal Holloway in Concert

29 January 2020, 7:30

The Oct

To mark the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth in 2020, Royal Holloway, University of London, presents a programme of, and inspired by, his works. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a cornerstone of the classical repertoire. Its uplifting theme of unity reflects Royal Holloway’s strong sense of community.

Complementing this is Cecilia McDowall’s Ave Maris Stella. It takes as its central theme words from Woodrow Wilson “the freedom of the seas is the sine qua non of peace, equality and co-operation”. The choir will be joined by soloist and alumna, Sarah Fox.

Taking inspiration from Beethoven’s work and legacy, a new commission from prize-winning Swedish composer Andrea Tarrodi will open the concert.

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Booking for 2020

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