John would be delighted to see you at one of his upcoming appearances – see below for details.

 

“It was an amazing day, thank you so much for making it so entertaining and informative. I had to immediately order scores for two of your pieces!” (Carol H – Bath Singing Day)

This Memorial Day concert at Carnegie Hall features excerpts from John Rutter’s new Oxford Anthology of Sacred Choruses (including pieces by Handel, Haydn, Bach, Mendelssohn, Brahms and Schubert), as well as his own Gloria paired with Monteverdi’s Gloria (ed. Rutter).


Venue

Isaac Stern Auditorium,
Carnegie Hall,
881 7th Avenue,
New York 10019,
USA

Contact

Email: molly.waymire@piptix.com

Notes

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John Rutter Singing Day – Exeter

1 June 2019, 11.00 - 16.45

John Rutter leads this Singing Day devoted to choral pieces by a variety of composers old and new and some of John’s own music.  The day will begin at 11am (with registration from 10am) and will end by 4.45pm.


Venue

St David’s Church,
Queen’s Terrace,
Exeter,
Devon,
EX4 4HR

Contact

Notes

Registration from 10am

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John Rutter Concert – Lyon

7 June 2019, 20.30

A First in France! John Rutter will conduct concerts on Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June in the church of St Anthony the Great of Lyon (7th).

An incredible chance to meet him and see him lead. John Rutter is known around the world and particularly in the Anglo-Saxon world. Many of his works will be performed: Magnificat, Gloria, Psalm 150.

More than 150 singers (The Little Singers of St Thomas Aquinas, The Little Singers of Mongré and La Cantoria) will be accompanied by a large symphony orchestra of 40 professional musicians.


Venue

Church of St Anthony the Great of Lyon (7th)

302, avenue Jean Jaurès
69007 Lyon
France

Notes

To book tickets for 7th June: https://www.weezevent.com/concert-john-rutter-2019

To book tickets for 8/9th June: https://www.weezevent.com/lacantoria2019

Please note start times for 7th & 8th June: 8.30pm

Start time for 9th June: 4.30pm

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The concert will be mounted by Friends of Cathedral Music’s Diamond Fund for Choristers, in conjunction with Liverpool’s Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, to showcase Britain’s 1,000 year old choral tradition which is under pressure from rising costs. The Diamond Fund for Choristers, launched in 2016 at a concert at St Paul’s Cathedral featuring The Cathedral Choristers of Britain, raises funds to support choristers and cathedral music departments in need, and has since provided £140,000 worth of grants to 24 choral foundations. These provide voice and instrument tuition, outreach and recruitment opportunities, and help for choristers whose families are least able to cope with the costs of their education.

Dr John Rutter CBE, the acclaimed composer, will speak at the concert.  HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, Royal Patron of the Diamond Fund for Choristers will also attend. Much-loved favourites like Handel’s Zadok the Priest, Allegri’s Miserere, Howard Goodall’s Psalm 23 (The Vicar of Dibley theme tune) and Parry’s I Was Glad will be performed as well as works by Fauré, Vaughan Williams, Tavener and The Beatles, along with a new work by Richard Shephard specially commissioned for the concert. All proceeds will go to the Diamond Fund for Choristers.


Venue

Liverpool Cathedral,
St James’ Mount,
Liverpool,
L1 7AZ

Contact

Notes

Tickets: £30/£20/£12

Under 12s free

Available from Liverpool Cathedral shop in person, by phone on 0151 702 7255 or online

Doors open 7pm

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As part of the Festival of Sacred Music Schwäbisch Gmünd, John Rutter will be presenting a Singing Day, which is a great opportunity to experience the famous composer and his musical works closely.
At 8pm there will be a gala concert including the award ceremony for the Award of European Sacred Music.  The Chamber Choir of Europe, conducted by Nicol Matt, will be presenting choral works of John Rutter and contemporary choral music.  John Rutter will conduct two pieces from the Singing Day, involving the participants of the workshop.


Venue

Heilig-Kreuz-Münster,
Münsterplatz. 15,
73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd,
Germany

Contact

Notes

Singing Day: 14:00 – 17:30
Artistic talk by John Rutter – Kulturzentrum Prediger – 19:00 – 19:30
Gala Concert: 20:00

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The Sherborne Choral Course runs from 21-28 July 2019. Applications now open to all 15 – 18 year old singers and organists. Join promising young talent for a week-long residential choral course in the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. You will receive one-to-one singing tuition, take part in barbershop and opera chorus workshops, and benefit from a team of specialist tutors, instrumentalists, composers and conductors, including John Rutter CBE and Bob Chilcott.

If you have a passion for music and a desire to take your singing or organ playing to the next level, the Sherborne Choral Course is an opportunity not to be missed.

 


Venue

Sherborne Abbey,
Abbey Close,
Sherborne,
Dorset,
DT9 3LQ

Notes

Places cost £650

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John Rutter Singing Day – Benslow

27 July 2019, 11:00 - 16.45

Image courtesy of Apoorva Lele Photography

John Rutter leads this brand new Singing Day devoted to choral pieces by a variety of composers old and new and some of John’s own music.  The event is suitable for those who have at least some choral experience and music-reading ability, but no advance preparation is expected.  Join us for a fun day of music-making and John will also slip in some vocal and musical hints and tips for singers.  The day will begin at 11am and will end by 5pm.  The fee includes lunch and the usual breaks for tea/coffee and cake.

 


Venue

Benslow Music,
Benslow Lane,
Hitchin,
Hertfordshire,
SG4 9RB

Contact

For more information, phone: 01462 459446

Notes

Registration from 10am

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John Rutter Come & Sing – Sevenoaks

14 September 2019, 11:00 - 16.45

Bingham choir John Rutter 148

The Friends of St Mary’s Church, Sundridge are very pleased to announce that John Rutter is coming to Sevenoaks again for a Come and Sing Day.  John Rutter is probably the world’s most important living choral composer and very much in demand, as you might expect.  We are very excited and delighted that he has accepted our invitation for the third time.


Venue

St Nicholas Church, Rectory Lane, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1JA

Contact

Notes

Registration from 10am

Tickets £20 in advance only – there will be no tickets for sale on the door.

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Singing Day with John Rutter – Wakefield

28 September 2019, 11:00 - 16.45

JR conducting 3

A wonderful opportunity to enjoy a day of singing under the guidance of John Rutter


Venue

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School,
Queen Elizabeth Hall,
154 Northgate,
Wakefield,
WF1 3QX

Notes

Registration from 10am

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Venue

Røros Hotel and Church of Røros, Norway

Notes

This event runs from Friday 8th November to Sunday 10th November 2019

Tickets will be sold at the entrance to the Church.

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John Rutter Composer / Conductor
Mary Bevan Soprano
The Bach Choir
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Orchestra is thrilled to welcome back John Rutter for a phenomenal programme of his own resplendent works, including his poignant Requiem.

Featuring the ever-magnificent Bach Choir and star soprano Mary Bevan.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see one of the nation’s most celebrated composers conduct a sublime selection of his much-loved choral and orchestral music, within the celestial surroundings of one of the world’s most iconic landmarks: St Paul’s Cathedral.


Venue

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Churchyard

London, EC4M 8AD

Contact

Notes

Doors Open from 18.30

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John Rutter’s Christmas Celebration

1 December 2019, 15.00

Your Christmas treat truly awaits with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and John Rutter in a concert that is guaranteed to lift the festive spirits. One of the nation’s favourite modern composers presents and conducts his own popular works and arrangements, with beautiful symphonic and choral classics and sing-a-long carols.

Joined by the renowned Temple Church Choir and the musically ‘immaculate’ (LA Times) organist James McVinnie, there’s nowhere better to make sure your Christmas is well and truly underway in Croydon’s new look Fairfield Halls.


Venue

Fairfields Hall,
Park Lane,
Croydon
CR9 1DG

Contact

Notes

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John Rutter Conductor
Andrew Lucas Organ
The Temple Church Choir
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

There’s no better way to enjoy the festive spirit than attending John Rutter’s popular Christmas Celebration, conducted and presented to you by John Rutter himself and performed for you by the world famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Don’t miss this Christmas extravaganza at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall, brimming with sing-along carols, rousing fanfares, festive favourites and John Rutter’s annual quiz to fill you with Christmas sparkle and cheer. A firm Yuletide favourite!

 


Venue

Royal Albert Hall,
Kensington Gore,
London,
SW7 2AP

Contact

Box Office: 020 7589 8212

Notes

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John Rutter Conductor
Andrew Lucas Organ
The Temple Church Choir
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

There’s no better way to enjoy the festive spirit than attending John Rutter’s popular Christmas Celebration, conducted and presented to you by John Rutter himself and performed for you by the world famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Don’t miss this Christmas extravaganza at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall, brimming with sing-along carols, rousing fanfares, festive favourites and John Rutter’s annual quiz to fill you with Christmas sparkle and cheer. A firm Yuletide favourite!


Venue

Royal Albert Hall,
Kensington Gore,
London,
SW7 2AP

Contact

Box Office: 020 7589 8212

Notes

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John Rutter Come and Sing – Nottingham

19 January 2020, 14:00 - 17:30

After the huge success of the 2019 Come and Sing with John Rutter, there have been many requests for a repeat workshop, so John Rutter will be returning to the Royal Concert Hall for another great day of singing.

If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for you. Led by the celebrated composer and conductor John Rutter, Come and Sing is an afternoon of choral singing designed to lift the spirits. The music will be a mixture of old and new, including some of John Rutter’s own well-loved choral works.


Venue

Royal Concert Hall,
Theatre Square,
Nottingham,
NG1 5ND

Contact

For more details, visit: http://bit.ly/2XKiI0Z
Registration from 10am

Notes

The proceeds from this concert will help to support the work of Nottingham and Notts Refugee

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