Become a Subscriber:
This year's Subscriber season consists of three concerts:
Our Autumn concert : Britten & Mozart Mass
This concert includes: Britten - St Nicolas Op 42 & Mozart Mass in C Minor on Friday 1 November 2019 at 7.30pm
With The Halle Orchestra lead by Sofi Jeannin
Handel’s Messiah : Tuesday 17th December 2019 at 7.15pm
With Orchestra Opera North lead by Jane Glover
Our Spring concert : Vaughan Williams, Bernstein & Will Todd on Friday 3 April 2020 at 7.30pm
This concert includes: Lord Thou hast been or Refuge, Chichester Psalms, Mass in Blue & When Music Sounds
also Liszt - Prelude and Fugue on BACH Organ solo
With The Will Todd Big Band lead by Gregory Batsleer & Will Todd
Season Ticket Prices for the 2019/20 season range from £25 - £118 depending on the seat.
Balcony Centre - £118.00 : Balcony Side - £112.00 : Balcony Window - £78.00 : Balcony Window seats H20 - H27 £63.00
First Area Stalls - £74.00: Second Area Stalls - £45.00: Second Area Side - £21.00 and Gallery - £27.00
Please contact us if you wish to become a Subscriber.
Subscribers also receive advanced notice of the Choir's Public Concerts and our regular Newsletter.
If you would like more details on becoming a Subscriber please contact our Subscribers Secretary, Jane Armitage at email@example.com or call 07834 345211
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The Choral Society has a long tradition of pioneering recordings. A selection of CDs currently available through the Society can be obtained from the Choral Society’s on-line shop. Some are also available to buy through Amazon.
In addition, many recordings, including the Choir’s historic recordings under Sir Malcolm Sargent, of the Messiah, Israel in Egypt and Dream of Gerontius, are available to download through the iTunes store.
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