Bakewell Choral Society will return to action on Saturday, November 15, with its autumn concert.
The concert takes place at Bakewell Methodist Church , from 7.30pm. and will be conducted by Alan Eost.
The choir will be performing Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle.
They will be joined by vocal soloists from the Royal Northern College Of Music, plus organist Andrew Kirk and pianist Jonathan Gooing.
Tickets (including refreshments) are £12, available from the choir, from Bakewell Book Shop, Matlock Street, or on 01629 812818.
Alternatively, they can be obtained by post from Elizabeth Butcher, The Gabled House, South Church Street, Bakewell DE45 1FD, with an SAE and cheque to Bakewell Choral Society
Students and accompanied children get in for free.
Bakewell Choral Society is a friendly, mixed choir of more than 80 members, which was founded by the late Richard Barnes in 1978, who went on to become musical director and conductor of the choir for over 30 years.
Alan Eost joined us as musical director and conductor in 2013 . The choir performs four public concerts each year, including the popular Christmas Words and Music concert in December.
Other concerts are a blend of sacred and secular choral music, covering a wide repertoire from classical to contemporary works including commissioned works for the society.
The choir will be performing this year’s Christmas Words and Music concert on December 13 at Bakewell Methodist Church.