Join Coro for a special festive concert this Christmas
How to watch the concert
Simply book an e-ticket (£5 per household + 98p booking fee) on Eventbrite to watch Christmas with Coro.
After purchasing a ticket, you will be emailed a link and password to access a password-protected page on our website, where you can watch the concert on demand from Saturday, 19 December at 3pm. The concert will then be available to watch on demand at your leisure throughout the festive season, until 19 January 2021.
Click below to book your e-ticket.
Coro invites you to join us for a special 20th-anniversary concert as we present Bach’s immortal Mass in B Minor at 6:30pm on Saturday, 21 March 2020 in the stunning settings of the St Pancras New Church in London.
Completed in 1749, just a year before Bach’s death, the Mass in B Minor represents the work of more than two decades of his life and is widely regarded as one of the supreme achievements of both the classical and choral music worlds. We are delighted to present the work in all its glorious entirety, complete with period orchestra and joined by several stellar soloists.
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Coro returns to the splendour of St Clement Danes church on London’s The Strand for our annual Christmas celebration. We guarantee there’ll be pieces you know, a few you probably won’t, something to tap your feet to, something to weep to, and a number you can join in with too.
It’s become an essential part of Christmas for many of our friends so reserved seating often sells out fast. Tickets go on sale early November.
Throughout the centuries, women have made significant contributions to the world of music as patrons, composers and muses alike. This year, Coro is proud to present a programme that celebrates women in choral music and the many ways they have impacted our art.
Fittingly, our concert will take place during Women’s History Month on Saturday, 23 March, starting at 6:30pm in the beautiful and historic St George the Martyr church in Borough. Book your tickets today!
Join Coro for a wonderful summer’s evening of choral music, celebrating all aspects of love, from the ecclesiastic to the earthly…! Featuring works by a diverse range of composers, from Ravel to Rutter and many more, this performance is a perfect way to ring in all the summery warmth that accompanies this season of love.
Coro perform Handel’s dramatic oratorio, Israel in Egypt. Watch out for the frogs, flies and locusts in this vivid musical depiction of Moses leading the Jews out of slavery in Egypt. The work is packed full of virtuosic choruses, which will be accompanied by professional soloists and baroque orchestra.
A mixed a cappella choral programme. In aid of THE FYNVOLA FOUNDATION, a nursing home in Faversham for people with learning disabilities.
This Autumn, Coro are off to Somerset for a long weekend of choral music making, bootcamp-style! On our return we’ll be performing a short concert of sacred and secular music at the French Protestant Church in London, on Tuesday 4th November. Come and hear the results of our hard work…