Big names sign up Leeds Festival Chorus
On 24 November the Chorus sings with the internationally famous tenor, Andrea Bocelli, at the first classical music event at the new Leeds Arena. Six days later on 30 November at the same venue the Chorus is the backbone of the first ever Classical Spectacular in Leeds. Chorus member, Tony Hartigan, says “It’s wonderful that the musicality of the Chorus has been recognised. We present our own independent concert of music by Vivaldi and Bach on 14 December in Leeds Town Hall so this is an incredibly busy time, but we’re enjoying every minute of it.”
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A new commission for 2014
The Chorus gives thanks to Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, which has just informed us that we have been awarded one thousand pounds towards the cost of commissioning a new work by the acclaimed Scottish composer James MacMillan. God is our refuge and strength, based on Psalm 46, will be performed at our concert on Saturday 29 March 2014 in Leeds Town Hall, along with works by Mozart and Haydn, to form a programme appropriate for the centenary year of the Great War. A report on the concert will be written for the Society's Annual Review.
Light Night 2013
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