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Christmas Concert

Huddersfield Town Hall

8th December 2023, 7:30 pm

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas when HCS and Black Dyke join forces with the traditional seasonal fare of carols, songs, brass, organ, and jollity. With 200 singers on stage (and many more in the audience) there’s no better way to get Christmas started. If you have never been to an HCS concert before this is the perfect introduction to the ‘Huddersfield Sound’.

With a heritage stretching back to 1855, the Black Dyke Band’s pedigree is almost as long as the Choral’s. Over 350 recordings and numerous national and European competition titles have made the name Black Dyke synonymous with musical excellence.

“Virtuosity of this order takes the breath away”

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Black Dyke Band, HCS, HCS Voices, HCS Youth Choirs

  • Gregory Batsleer, Nicholas Childs
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Key People

Gregory Batsleer
Choral Director

Gregory Batsleer

Gregory Batsleer is one of the UK's most dynamic and in demand choral conductors and chorus masters.

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