bury  singing bach  since choir  1932
bury                                 singing bach                                 since  choir                                 1932

Philip Reed -

Music Director of Bury Bach Choir

Philip Reed is our highly talented and valued Music Director. Philip hales from east Suffolk and has been the Choir's Music Director since 2001. He is a renowned authority on Benjamin Britten having completed a PhD thesis on Britten's life and works. His CV is impressive, including co-editing the six volumes of Britten's letters.  See here for the choir's history including more details of Philip's career.

 

He gives a great deal to the choir and ensures that our performances are always a great success, enjoyed by audience and choir alike. With valued help from our Co-Presidents, Philip also engages superb soloists for our concerts. 

Philip rehearsing with the Prometheus Orchestra, who often accompany the choir.
On May 26th 2012 we were joined by Rachel Dyson, soprano, who definitely engaged the audience with Rule Britannia, draped in the Union Jack!

Concerts

2016/17 Season

Saturday 21 October 2017

7.30 pm

St Mary's Church, Bury St Edmunds

Sing for Samaritans

Charity concert including Fauré Requiem

Tickets on sale

Saturday 16 December 2017

7.00 pm

Church of St Peter & St Paul, Lavenham

Bach Christmas Oratorio

Tickets on sale

Saturday 3 March 2018

7.30 pm

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Mozart C minor Mass

Tickets on sale

Saturday 2 June 2018

7.30 pm

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Haydn The Creation

Ticket booking opens 19 February 2018

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The Choir’s purpose is “to prepare and give public performances primarily of the core choral repertoire, using professional soloists and instrumentalists, to the highest possible standard”. 

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