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World War I Memorial Concert

Saturday 21 July 2018 £20, £15 concessionsBook now

Memorial Concert to commemorate the end of the Great War.

The famous Deutscher Chor London together with its orchestra, the Keld Ensemble, will perform commissioned works by Orlando Gough, followed by the Brahms Requiem.

This will take place in the beautiful setting of the courtyard of Highgate Cemetery West in front our war memorial. 

http://www.deutscherchorlondon.org.uk/

Proceeds from the concert will go to Médecins Sans Frontières 

"Armistice" by the British composer Orlando Gough is written for the German Choir of London's “Blessed are the Peacemakers” project.

A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms to the words of the Holy Scriptures is a large scale work for Chorus orchestra and soloists.

The German Choir will be performing these pieces in major venues and Cathedrals  in the UK and Belgium throughout the year.

Refreshments will be available.

7.00pm. Doors open 6.15pm

If wet, the concert will relocate to St Michael's Church, South Grove, Highgate. This will be announced on our website and at the cemetery gates. The start will be adjusted to 7.15pm

Concessions: Over 60s, armed forces, ex servicemen and women, students and volunteers

East Cemetery open late until 9pm on Wednesdays in June and July

£4 adults; free for under-18s accompanied by an adult

If you’d like to experience the special atmosphere of Highgate Cemetery East in the soft evening light, then now’s your chance.

There will also be tours of the West Cemetery available. Click here to book.  

Wednesday 13 June is 'Neighbour day' when entry to the East Cemetery is free for residents of N6, N19 and NW5 from 5pm until 8.30pm. Just bring a proof of address! 

Last admission will be at 8.30pm on Wednesdays in June and July.

Entrance £4. Just turn up before 8.30pm! No need to book.

Roll of honour
L T Munford, Serjeant, "V" Forage Coy. Army Service Corps died 100 years ago today.