Centenary Concert at Southwark Cathedral postponed to Friday 17th June 2022

 

City Chorus celebrates one hundred years of music-making at a special

concert on Friday 17th June 2022 at Southwark Cathedral.

 

One hundred choral voices, together with professional soloists and an orchestra from the Royal College of Music, will perform Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Ave Verum Corpus, and Handel’s anthems My Heart is Inditing and Zadok the Priest.

 

Join us to experience beautiful and inspiring music in a stunning setting.

Any tickets already purchased for the original April 2020 concert will be valid for the rescheduled concert

Famously convivial, City Chorus concerts are great fun: full of family, friends and fans of the choir. Our Centenary event will be a celebration as well as a memorable concert. We will commence with festive refreshments when doors open at 6.45pm and there will also be refreshments at the interval.

 

£10 and £20 tickets can be reserved on our website now

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City Chorus is a friendly, hard working choir, open to all with no audition. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings in the city and perform several times a year in beautiful venues.

 

Our musical director is Paul Ayres and our accompanist (piano and organ) is Philip Shannon. Our concerts feature top professional musicians.

 

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We look forward to seeing you soon!

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City Chorus is a Registered Charity No. 1084782