The Hertfordshire Chorus found itself mentioned in the House of Lords recently during a debate on a Bill to pardon Alan Turing, best known for breaking the German Enigma codes at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. 

Lord Sharkey, the proposer of the Bill, was talking about how Alan Turing and his pioneering work were being recognised in many different ways, and said that next year at the Barbican there will be the world premiere of a new choral work celebrating his life, composed by James McCarthy and commissioned by Hertfordshire Chorus.

The concert will take place on Saturday 26th April

With such an exciting project on the doorstep of HCC member companies there are golden opportunities to sponsor this world premiere which is already attracting media interest through activities such as the House of Lords debate.

Sponsorship opportunities can range from pre or post concert receptions for staff and clients to meeting with the composer and conductor and even attending a concert rehearsal.  There are advertisiing opportunities in the programme and the publicity material can have your logo and company name as well as being mentioned on every piece of promotional or press literature.

To discuss sponsorship opportunities email Nigel McNaught for more information on Hertfordshire Chorus, visit