Easter is almost upon us, which means the Rayfield Allied artists are busy performing in Passiontide events across the UK and around the world.
Daniel Norman and Dingle Yandell kick off the season on March 18 with a performance of the St John Passion with the Wimbledon Choral Society at Southwark Cathedral, and Norman will go on to perform the piece twice more: at the Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford on April 4, then at King's College Cambridge on April 8. Norman will also perform the St Matthew Passion at St Mary's Priory Church on April 1, and Dvorak's Stabat Mater at King's College Cambridge on April 7, and Yandell will join the Finnish Baroque Orchestra on March 26 for another performance of the St John Passion.
Nicholas Mulroy and Stephan Loges perform the St Matthew Passion with Concergebouw Orkest under conductor John Butt on March 31 and April 2, and Mulroy continues his Matthew Passion tour with the Helsinki Philharmonic under conductor Nicolas Collon on April 7.
Laurence Cummings conducts Haydn's The Seven Last Words of Christ with Orquestra Barroca Casa da Musica on April 5, and the St Matthew Passion at St George's Hannover Square for London Handel Festival on April 7.
Peter Harvey performs the St John Passion with the J.S Bach - Stiftung on April 5, 6, and 8.
Mhairi Lawson joins the Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht in their St Matthew Passion for a tour of the Netherlands between March 31 and April 8.
Helen Charlston performs the St Matthew Passion with Oxford Philharmonic at the Sheldonian Theatre on April 6.
Helen Charlston and Nick Pritchard join Polyphony and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment for their performance of the St John Passion at St John's Smith Square on April 7. Pritchard will also sing the Evangelist alongside soprano Carolyn Sampson with the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra in St John Passion on March 31 at Konigin Elisabethzaal.
Michael Mofidian will sing the Evangelist in the St John Passion with the Britten Sinfonia on April 7 at the Barbican.
James Way will perform the St Matthew Passion with Les Talens Lyriques in Paris on April 4 and April 7.
Ruby Hughes will perform the St Matthew Passion with the Bach Collegium Japan between April 7 and April 9.