Founded in 1876, The Bach Choir is recognised as one of the world’s leading choruses, building upon a tradition that combines musical excellence with creativity and innovation. From the first performance in Britain of Bach’s Mass in B minor to the soundtrack for Ridley Scott’s 2012 epic Prometheus, their musical heritage is as rich as it is diverse. Directed by David Hill, one of the country’s most eminent conductors, they regularly perform and record across London and the UK in prestigious venues, from the Royal Albert Hall to Abbey Road Studios. Described by the London Evening Standard as ‘probably the finest independent choir in the world’, they value the freedom that their independence brings, allowing them to work with the very best conductors, orchestras, and soloists, and to choose the music they perform. To date they have sung over 200 works in more than 80 venues, and continue to share their work with audiences around the world.