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

Handel's Messiah

George Frederic Handel

Saturday 7 March 2015

7.00 pm

(note earlier than usual start time)


The Apex, Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds


Corinne Hart soprano

Valerie Reid mezzo-soprano

Christopher Turner tenor

Graeme Danby bass


Bury Bach Choir

Suffolk Baroque Players 

Philip Reed conductor


Come and enjoy the energy and variety of Handel’s best known work, performed by the Bury Bach Choir in the Apex, the town’s superb new concert hall.  If you’ve not heard Messiah before, prepare to be enthralled by the most famous oratorio in the English language.  This is musical story-telling of the very highest quality, full of uplifting tunes, with a remarkable variety of pace guaranteed to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.  Featuring the ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ and many other famous numbers.


With top flight soloists and the superb Suffolk Baroque Players, this promises to be a performance to remember.  Don’t miss it!



Tickets £23, £19.50 and £14 (all seats reserved)

Booking opens 8 September 2014

Early booking discount £1 off all tickets booked by 7 February 2015


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