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BBC Singers Centenary Concert

Anna Lapwood, Abel Selaocoe and Sofi Jeannin

Join the BBC Singers as they celebrate their 100th birthday and look forward to the future with a host of artists and guests.

On 2 October 1924, the BBC Wireless Chorus gave their first performance.  Now known as the BBC Singers, the group has evolved over the past 100 years to become trailblazers in choral music from multiple genres and given numerous world premiere performances alongside collaborating with the finest orchestras, conductors and artists from around the world.  Alongside music associated with the group is repertoire from the lighter side of their work, and a special world premiere from their Composer in Association, Roderick Williams.

The end time for this concert will be added here closer to the performance date

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