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Holy Week concert

Event cancelled

Holy Week concert

Date Time Location
Tuesday, 7th April 2020 7.00pm - 8.15pm The Abbey

The Choir of Westminster Abbey and St James' Baroque perform music for Holy Week by Dietrich Buxtehude.

BUXTEHUDE Membra Jesu Nostri

The Choir of Westminster Abbey
St James' Baroque
James O'Donnell conductor

A devotional performance of Dietrich Buxtehude's 1680 cycle of seven Passion cantatas, each contemplating a different aspect of the body of Christ on the cross.


Tickets

We regret that this performance has been cancelled.

If you have already booked tickets, you will be contacted in the coming days by staff from our box office services provider St John’s Smith Square to arrange a full refund. Given the unprecedented circumstances and the large number of events being cancelled, please note that it may take a few days for box office staff to contact all ticket holders so we would be most grateful for your patience and understanding in the meantime.


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