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

 

 

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