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Bach in the Dark - Cello and Choir of St James Live Streaming

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This live-streaming concert is a very special one coming to you from Sydney’s oldest church – St James, King Street.

Rachel is delighted to be joined by the choir of St James, their conductor, Warren Trevelyan-Jones, and organist Alistair Nelson, for a night that will be truly beautiful. 

The night will be full of moments to make your heart soar, lift your spirits, and make you smile.

The choir have appeared a number of times over the years in the crypt, and they are an audience favourite! The program will include a motet by Bach, an amazing piece by John Tavener for cello and choir (called 'Svyati'), some music by Pablo Casals – there’ll be something for every music lover! Rachel was lucky enough to play a concert with the choir in March, and they sounded glorious. In fact, a reviewer wrote The choir has returned to performance after the COVID hiatus sounding better than ever before”. and she couldn’t agree more! 

The concert will also be coming from the church of St James, King Street, Sydney. The acoustics there are incredible, and they have some really top-notch streaming equipment, so the visuals will also be wonderful.

Ticket sales will close at 4.30pm on the day of the concert. The stream will also stay accessible for a few days after the concert, so if you have plans on this particular night, you can always watch it a few days afterwards...

The live stream will be broadcast on the Youtube platform. You will need a link to access the stream - this link will be emailed to all ticket purchasers 2 hours before the event. If you have not received the link by 5.30pm (Sydney time) on the day of the concert, please email so it can be sent to you directly. 

For the best listening experience, it is recommended that you listen to the stream through headphones or external speakers. It's best to check your setup before the concert by playing another video from Youtube. Bear in mind that video and audio quality may vary depending on your internet connection, network congestion, and other elements outside our control.

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