After Hours Concert
To Be Confirmed
Since its creation at All Souls Church, London there have been a wealth of musicians counting themselves as members of this Christian orchestra. They represent many different denominations and professions. Some are or have been professional musicians working with the English National Opera and Glyndebourne, and such orchestras as the BBC Concert, BBC Symphony and the City of Birmingham Symphony. All Souls Orchestra has featured many times on television and radio, with appearances on BBC1 TV's Songs of Praise and Radio 4 Morning Service from as early as the 1970s up to the present day. They have also made a number of recordings of their flagship event, Prom Praise, featuring an array of outstanding classical and contemporary friends including Paul Baloche & Martin Smith, Stuart Townend and Matt Redman.
As conductor, lecturer, mentor, organist, composer, academic, broadcaster and music director, Noel Tredinnick is in demand worldwide. At home he has been Organist and Director of Music at All Souls Langham Place for nearly fifty years where he developed the ministry of the All Souls musicians in concerts, publications and recordings - notably the All Souls Orchestra's Prom Praise events. Internationally he has been invited as guest conductor or worship leader on occasions as diverse as Billy Graham stadium crusades in Toronto and Ottawa, to services for HM the Queen at Balmoral. He has influenced a generation of developments in contemporary church music and in the adoption of orchestra instrument in worship.
To Be Confirmed