By scchoir at 11:30 on 23/10/12
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Bristol Choral Society performs the beautiful and moving Requiem by Brahms with the young Korean soprano Hye-Youn Lee and South African baritone Njabulo Madlala (winner of the 2010 Kathleen Ferrier Competition) on Saturday 24 November at Colston Hall, Bristol at 7.30pm. They will be joined by the accomplished orchestra New Bristol Sinfonia (who will also perform Brahms' Tragic Overture) under the baton of conductor Adrian Partington in this all-Brahms programme to stir and salve.
Tickets: £23, £19, £15, £12, £10 (under 25s £5, concessions available). See ww.bristolchoral.co.uk or book at Colston Hall box office (tel: 0117 922 3686)
There will be a collection in aid of Bristol-based music therapy charity Musicspace.
Brahms Requiem 24 Nov Colston Hall Bristol Choral Society & New Bristol Sinfonia
Bristol Choral Society on stage at Colston Hall
Date: Saturday, November 24, 2012
£65K-£85K + Benefits
£60-£85k + Benefits
£450 - £451 pa