A traditional festival of choral music
- Credit: Archant
The Bungay Choral Society and Cantaria Youth Choir are proud to present their annual Christmas concert, A Festival of Christmas, tomorrow night at St Mary’s Church from 7.30pm.
The event will include performances from both choirs with guest Tenor Soloist Stephen Rooke from Glyndebourne Opera House.
Musical director Jason Collins brings together the two choirs to host his tenth Christmas concert since moving to Norwich.
The choirs will be accompanied by Andrew Cantrill on organ.
Mr Cantrill has made several critically-acclaimed commercial recordings and enjoys a busy recital career.
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The event will be Cantaria’s first public Christmas concert, which will include a joint piece to end the first half of the concert.
Tickets priced £10 are available from shops in the town.
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