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Your access to our 50 year performance history of which we are very proud – the conductors, works, dates of performance and locations.

The BFC archive was developed and is maintained by Steve Linehan, our Brighton Festival Chorus archivist and member of the Bass section. For any queries please contact Steve via archive@bfc.org.uk.

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06/04/1972

Symphony of Psalms

Stravinsky

London Symphony Orchestra | Royal Albert Hall, London
Conducted by Leonard Bernstein

English Bach Festival, Homage to Stravinsky. BFC singing as English Bach Festival Chorus.

Concert

15/05/1971

Boris Godunov, Act 4, Scene 2 (Revolutionary Scene)

Mussorgsky

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra | Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Conducted by Laszlo Heltay

Brighton Festival. Tenor - Stuart Holland. Tenor - Jack Irons. Tenor - David Maxwell. Tenor - Paul Taylor. Baritone - Michael Wakeham.

Concert

09/05/1971

Four Sacred Pieces

Verdi

BBC Symphony Orchestra | Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Conducted by Zdeněk Mácal

Brighton Festival

Concert

27/02/1971

Ein Deutsches Requiem

Brahms

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra | Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Conducted by Laszlo Heltay

Brighton Philharmonic Society. Soprano - Elizabeth Harwood. Baritone - Benjamin Luxon.

Concert

21/02/1971

Te Deum

Bruckner

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra | Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Conducted by Laszlo Heltay

Brighton Philharmonic Society. Soprano - Penelope Maxwell. Contralto - Mary Hewison. Tenor - Stuart Holland. Bass - Mowbray Chandler.

Concert

09/09/1970

Psalmus Hungaricus

Kodály

London Symphony Orchestra | Kingsway Hall, London
Conducted by István Kertész

Tenor - Lajos Kozma. Wandsworth School Boys' Choir

Recording

08/09/1970

Psalmus Hungaricus

Kodály

London Symphony Orchestra | Kingsway Hall, London
Conducted by István Kertész

Tenor - Lajos Kozma. Wandsworth School Boys' Choir

Recording

17/05/1970

Fantasia for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra in C minor

Beethoven

New Philharmonia Orchestra | Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Conducted by Daniel Barenboim

Brighton Festival. Symphony No. 9 in D minor, op.125. Soprano - Elizabeth Harwood. Contralto - Helen Watts. Tenor - John Mitchinson. Bass - Forbes Robinson. Piano - Alfred Brednel. Sussex Universiry Choir.

Concert