bury  singing bach  since choir  1932
bury                                 singing bach                                 since  choir                                 1932

A Christmas Celebration

Saturday 20 December 2014

7.30 pm


Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford


Jill Burrows reader

James Recknell piano / organ

Bury Bach Choir

Philip Reed conductor

Get Christmas off to a joyful start by joining us for a feast of Christmas music in the beautiful parish church at Long Melford.  Lit by candlelight, this concert is always a highlight of the Christmas season!  We will be singing a variety of seasonal music, mixing the familiar with some less known pieces, and including both new works and a series of Christmas readings.


Bring the family and join in with your favourite carols before enjoying mince pies and mulled wine.


Ticket includes refreshments.


Tickets £12 (all unreserved), under 21s free

Booking opens 8 September 2014

Early booking discount £1 off all tickets booked by 22 November 2013


Tickets also available for cash from 24 November from

Landers Bookshop, Hall Street, Long Melford

Elizabeth Gash Knitwear, The Market Place, Lavenham




2019/20 Season

Saturday 16 May 2020


St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Handel Messiah

Event cancelled 

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The Choir’s purpose is “to prepare and give public performances primarily of the core choral repertoire, using professional soloists and instrumentalists, to the highest possible standard”. 

The Music Sales Charitable Trust

Major sponsor of the choir

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