One hundred years after its first performance, the Esterhazy Singers celebrated the centenary of Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil with a special performance of the much-loved work in the beautiful surroundings of St Andrew’s Church in Holborn. This masterpiece was sung in… Read More »Rachmaninov’s Vespers
On 19th December 2013, the Choir started the Christmas celebrations with a magical concert of carols accompanied by traditional sounds of Christmas from CityBrass and balanced with readings by Margaret Jowett. The programme covered many old favourites from carol singing… Read More »The trumpets shall sound
On 5th November 2013, the choir performed a programme which included the rhythmically electric Haydn ‘Theresienmesse’ interspersed with motets between the movements. The motets provided a reflection on the mass texts they followed and included gems from Bruckner, John IV… Read More »Mass reflections
On 20th June 2013, the choir performed songs for a summer’s evening at St Vedast Foster Lane near St Paul’s Cathedral under the baton of Musical Director, Esther Jones. The programme featured Britten’s much-loved Five Flower Songs, commemorating the centenary… Read More »Songs for a Summer’s Evening
On 19th April 2013, the Esterhazy Singers joined forces with Le Choeur de Chambre de Versailles at St Andrew’s Holborn in a choral Tour de France, featuring music from French composers from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries. The programme featured music… Read More »Entente Chorale
On 7th December 2012, the choir sang Bach’s Christmas Oratorio to a full house at Southwark Cathedral. Musical Director, Esther Jones, conducted The Little Baroque Company with soloists Charlotte Mobbs (Soprano), Kate Symonds-Joy (Alto), Greg Tassell (Tenor) and Jimmy Holliday… Read More »Christmas Oratorio
On Friday 22nd June 2012 at St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, The Esterhazy Singers presented “Around the World in Song” – an eclectic concert of music from around the world. Featuring tenor, Greg Tassell and with Jonathan Wikeley at the piano.