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Last Updated : April 11th, 12:35pm
This concert has now been cancelled. We are working with promoter to find a suitable alternative date. We’ll be in touch those of you involved to coordinate. (Update 13th March)
John Passion – Arnstadt
The whole festival has been cancelled. Ours was the opening concert. We are working with the other two venues and considering various plans to facilitate these two other performances. Rehearsal period remains unchanged.
John Passion – Wigmore
Wigmore Hall will be closed between the 17th of March and the 14th of April inclusive. The Live Broadcast is not likely to proceed. If possible the performance and/or broadcast will be re-scheduled. (updated 16th March)
John Passion – Bristol
St George’s Bristol is now closed until the 20th of April. (updated 17th of March)
Rodelinda – Pamplona
Pamplona has cancelled or postponed performances for the next two weeks until the 30th of March.
Rodelinda – Vienna
Updated 18th March.
Rodelinda – Hamburg
This performance has now been cancelled following local authority bans on all public performances until the 30th of April. (Updated 12th March)
The Barbican will be closed until the 1st of May and possibly beyond. We will try and re-schedule but given the demands on the venue, finding a suitable date could prove difficult. (Updated 17th March)
26-April – 1st May
Recording will happen one way or another. It may need to be re-scheduled due to travel restrictions but it will happen at some point, if possible in June but we’ll be in touch if this is realistic once the situation has become clearer.
Carnegie Hall has cancelled all performances until the 10th of May. Sadly the overall US portion of the tour is looking less and less likely to go ahead but I’ll update things here. (Updated 16th of March)
McCarter theatre has officially cancelled all events until the end of May and may extend the closure into June (update 17th March)
LA Opera has had to cancel… the local authority have forced them to close all venues until the 15th of May. (Updated 11th April)
18th May – 2nd July
Unfortunately, the current crisis has extended into the summer. Garsington would have had to conduct most of its rehearsals and preparations in the coming months and the impact the upcoming restrictions will place on the schedule make the summer festival impossible. They will offer musicians a modest contribution and, if possible stage concert performances later on in the summer.
Wigmore Hall Mozart’s 40th
Wigmore Hall has cancelled all performances for the remainder of the season.