Faure Requiem

Faure Requiem


Orchestra of St John’s

Composed in memory of the Fauré's father and performed at the composer's own funeral, Fauré’s gorgeous Requiem speaks of a better world beyond this one. Its uplifting melodies and serene character will be performed alongside Brahms' beautiful, ethereal Songs for Female Voices, Horns and Harp.

This is one of a series of socially distanced chamber concerts at SJE Arts.

We will follow social distancing procedures. 

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Event Information

Doors open at 5.30pm - please time your arrival accordingly.

Seating will be Unreserved and will be allocated by household on the door. 

Please do not attend these events if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in contact with anyone with those symptoms. Please wear a face covering at all times whilst within the venue (unless exempt for health reasons), including whilst seated during the performance. 

Please adhere to the directions given to you on the night regarding seating and safety.

There will be no interval or refreshments. 

The chancel consists of wooden pews. All other blocks are cushioned seats. Plastic dividers will be used between adjacent pairs.

Suitable for all ages.

To book a Wheelchair space please call 01865 305 305

Tickets are also available through OSJ direct via www.osj.org.uk/forthcoming-concerts

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