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Worcester Festival Choral Society

27 November 2021

Starts 7.30pm

at Worcester Cathedral

Classical music lovers are in for a treat this autumn, when the 150 voices of the region’s leading large choir, Worcester Festival Choral Society, bring a programme of much-loved works by Mozart and Fauré to Worcester Cathedral.

This will be the Choral Society’s first performance for almost two years. It also marks another milestone: the Society’s 160th anniversary season at the heart of the County’s classical music scene.

On the programme will be Mozart’s lively orchestral Overture to The Magic Flute and his joyful choral composition, Solemn Vespers. Concert-goers will also recognise the heavenly melodies of Fauré’s choral works Cantique de Jean Racine and moving Requiem mass.

Under the baton of Worcester Cathedral director of music Samuel Hudson, the Chorus will be accompanied by the Meridian Sinfonia and acclaimed soloists Emilia Morton (soprano), Cathy Bell (mezzo soprano), Frederick Jones (tenor) and Julien Van Mellaerts (baritone).

Concert tickets are available online at www.wfcs.online or by calling TicketSource on 0333 666 3366 (local call rate).

To mark the Society’s 160th anniversary a full colour book, A Choral Chronicle - The History of Worcester Festival Choral Society, is also available from www.wfcs.online with all profits going to the charity’s funds.

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