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SALFORD CHORAL SOCIETY CHRISTMAS CONCERTS
 

Star date: 11th December 2010

TWO FESTIVE SHOWS FOR SALFORD CHORAL SOCIETY
Handel's Messiah
Saturday 18 December 7.30pm
Royal Northern College of Music

Christmas Concert
Wednesday 22 December 7.30pm
St Philip's Church, Salford

Salford Choral Society is gearing up for two concerts this Christmas, firstly performing its annual Messiah showpiece next Saturday at the RNCM, and the following Wednesday doing carols and readings at St Philip's Church.

Full details here…


SALFORD CHORAL SOCIETY CONCERTS FOR CHRISTMAS

Handel's Messiah
Saturday 18 December 7.30pm,
Royal Northern College of Music, Oxford Road, Manchester £17 (£13)

Starring Lorna James (soprano), Edward McMullen (countertenor), Gareth Treseder (tenor), Alastair McCall (baritone), plus The Philharmonic Ensemble with Leader Andrew Orton and Conductor Matthew Hamilton.

The Salford Choral Society has performed Handel's Messiah, every year
since it was formed in 1947. This year will be the first performance with
their new Music Director, Matthew Hamilton, who joined the Society in
September (see photo). They will be joined by four excellent young soloists, and musicians from the Philharmonic Ensemble.

Tickets: £17 (Concessions £13) from RNCM Box Office: 0161-907 5555
website:
www.rncm.ac.uk or email boxoffice@rncm.ac.uk

Christmas Concert
Wednesday 22 December 7.30pm
St Philip's Church, off Chapel Street £7 (£4)

For this popular event, the Salford Choral Society will be singing all the well known carols and a few new ones. There will also be readings by David Walton, which, they promise, will make you laugh or pause for thought. Valerie Eastham will be conducting the choir and Derek Cantrell will accompany on the organ There will be refreshments in the
interval and children are very welcome.

Tickets: £7.00 Adults, £4.00 under 18s, including refreshments, from Sue
Hilton, 0161 881 4318 or email
Morville13@aol.com

For more details on Salford Choral Society see www.salfordchoral.org.uk

Photo shows new Music Director, Matthew Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 


 

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