Brahms - Gestliches Lied
Brahms - Fest- und Gedenkspruche
Mendelssohn - Verleih uns frieden
Brahms - Requiem
St Martin's Voices
Andrew Earis Conductor
St Martin's Voices is a professional vocal ensemble, primarily made up of talented past and present choral scholars who come together to sing world-class concerts and special services at St Martin-in-the-Fields and beyond. Recent concert highlights have included Bach's Motets and St John Passion, Handel's Messiah and Faure's Requiem. St Martin's Voices have recorded Christmas in Blue, a CD of jazz carols arranged by celebrated composer Will Todd, and are regularly broadcast on the BBC, including Radio 3 Choral Evensong, Radio 4 Daily Service and Sunday Worship. In May 2015, they were privileged to perform at the Cenotaph for the 70th anniversary of VE day, and this was followed by singing live on BBC1 for the VJ day commemorations in August 2015, in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen.
Andrew Earis is Director of Music at St Martin-in-the-Fields, where he oversees the church music and concert programmes. He is a graduate of the Royal College of Music and Imperial College, London, and holds a PhD from the University of Manchester. In addition to his duties at St Martin's, Andrew is a regular contributor to BBC Radio and Television's religious output, as a music advisor, conductor and organist to programmes including Radio 4 Sunday Worship and Daily Service and BBC1 Songs of Praise. He is also Director of Music of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, the National Musicians' Church in the City of London. Andrew is an Associate of the Royal College of Organists and Fellow of Trinity College, London. Andrew has given organ recitals in venues including King's College Chapel, Cambridge, Westminster Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Washington National Cathedral, and has performed as a soloist in performance of Poulenc's Organ Concerto and Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony.
Venue Details & Map
Trafalgar SquareWestminsterLondonWC2N 4JJ
- +44 (0)20 7766 1100
- Public transport:
- Exit Charing Cross station from main concourse. Cross the Strand at crossing by 'NEXT' shop. The Church is across road (Duncannon Street). Exit Leicester Square station heading towards Trafalgar Square.