Filmed live from Perth Concert Hall
Bach St Matthew Passion
a co-production between Dunedin Consort, Perth Concert Hall and The Lammermuir Festival
Andrew Tortise, Evangelist
Matthew Brook, Christus
Anna Dennis, soprano
Jessica Leary, soprano
Jess Dandy, alto
Judy Brown, alto
David Lee, tenor
Benedict Nelson, bass
John Butt – Director & Organ
Each year Dunedin Consort performs Bach’s Matthew Passion in the days leading up to Easter, and audiences discover its riches anew.
This extraordinary retelling of the Passion story has the power to move and inspire us like no other, presenting a journey that is by turns heartrending and uplifting from the opening chorus to the last note. The music is a mix of stunning choruses and beautiful solo arias. In fact; some of the very greatest music ever written.
£11.50 (inc £1.50 booking fee) per device
St Matthew Passion programme
Download your FREE programme here.
How It Works
The concert will be broadcast “as live” on Saturday 27 March at 7pm on Vimeo.
You do not need to download any software or create a Vimeo account to watch the concert.
The concert will also be available to book and watch at any time for 30 days after the performance.
How to watch
A Vimeo link and password will be sent to you within your booking confirmation email.
We will also send you a reminder email the day before the concert.
On Saturday 27 March the video will appear in the ‘video’ tab on this webpage so you can watch directly from here. Just input the password about ten minutes before the 7pm start time and enjoy the concert! Please don't try inputting the password any earlier than 10mins before the 7pm performance start time - it won't work.
Alternatively you can watch the concert from your browser. Clicking on the Vimeo link will take you to the concert on Vimeo. About ten minutes before the 7pm performance start time, click on the Vimeo link and when asked, input the password.
If you are watching in the 30 days after the performance just put in the password at any time and the concert will automatically start.
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