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SALFORD CHORAL SOCIETY CHRISTMAS CONCERT 2013
 

Star date: 7th December 2013

CAROLS, READINGS, SINGALONGS AT RNCM

Salford Choral Society Christmas Concert
Saturday 21 December 7.30pm
Royal Northern College of Music £15/£10

The ace annual Salford Choral Society Christmas Concert at the RNCM this year features Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Warlock's Bethlehem Down, and Bruckner's Ave Maria amongst an array of traditional and new carols… "Bring your voice and join in" say the organisers.

Full details here…


A top family night out is promised as the Salford Choral Society performs its annual Christmas Carol Concert at the Royal Northern College of Music on Saturday 21st December.

Festive songs will include Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Warlock's Bethlehem Down, and Bruckner's Ave Maria, as well as carols both new and traditional, plus Christmas readings by presenter David Walton.

Also featured are baritone Terence Ayebare and Tom Primrose on organ, while the whole concert is conducted by Matthew Hamilton, who has been a regular guest conductor of the BBC Singers.

"Bring your voice, join in with your favourite carols, and be entertained by David Walton's treasure chest of Christmas readings" say the organisers "All the family welcome."

The Salford Choral Society, founded in 1947, has over one hundred members and is now one of the leading choirs in the North West, performing four big concerts a year plus this special Christmas event. The choir is always looking for new members (contact Diane Dunning 01706 670251 or email membership@salfordchoral.org.uk) with rehearsals every Wednesday evenings 7.30pm - 9.30pm at St Philip's Church.

Salford Choral Society Christmas Concert
Saturday 21 December 7.30pm
Royal Northern College of Music
Tickets £15/£10 concessions
from RNCM Box Office 0161-907 5555
www.rncm.ac.uk or email boxoffice@rncm.ac.uk

For further details about the Choir see www.salfordchoral.org.uk.

Main photo shows conductor Matthew Hamilton
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