Handel Messiah

Handel Messiah

Saturday 12 March 2016, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
The Hanover Band
Conductor: Richard Cooke

Jessica Leary, soprano
Alexander Chance, counter-tenor
Jamie MacDougall, tenor
Benjamin Bevan, bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Tickets (bkg fees apply): £27; £22; £18; £14; £10 (unreserved)

Handel’s Messiah is unquestionably the most enduringly popular choral work of all time, and one which Canterbury Choral Society have performed with power and conviction over the years. They will be joined by the famous Hanover Band, another world-class orchestra specialising in performing on period instruments from the 18th century.
 


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Sing in a great choir in Canterbury Cathedral

Next open rehearsal: Tuesday 15th March 2016, St Stephen’s School Canterbury, 7.30pm-9.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society, Bruckner Mass in F Minor, Canterbury Festival 2012

Rehearsing Bruckner, Canterbury Cathedral by chrisjohnbeckett
Canterbury Choral Society, Bruckner Mass in F Minor, Canterbury Festival 2012
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Voice tests for new members are the week after each performance. Rehearsals are disciplined but always rewarding. You might be amazed about how far we progress from first rehearsal to concert.

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