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Concert set to kick off season in fine style

Festive tunes...Market Harborough Choral Society sing outside St Dionysius church during last year's late night shopping event. (Picture: Andrew Carpenter/001390-57)

Festive tunes...Market Harborough Choral Society sing outside St Dionysius church during last year's late night shopping event. (Picture: Andrew Carpenter/001390-57)

MOZART’S Mass in C Minor starts Market Harborough Choral Society’s 2012/13 season in fine style on Saturday at the Robert Smyth Academy.

The concert, with Leicester’s Bardi Orchestra and soloists from the Birmingham Conservatoire, will feature elements of the completion of the Mass by Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs.

Other items include instrumental work by the orchestra and pieces by Bruckner and Stainer.

The concert will feature 60 voices from the mixed choir under the musical direction of Anselm Kersten.

Society chairman Steve Pointer said: “We are very excited about the concert as the Mass in C Minor is a great work which we have enjoyed rehearsing.”

The concert starts at 7.30pm and free refreshments will be served during the interval.

Tickets, including programme, cost £8, (concessions £7, under 16s free) from Expressions Framing and Gallery in Coventry Road, phone MH 461008 or on the door.

 

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