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Lunchtime Harmony from Chamber Choir

Tuesday, 04 May 2010

Bolton School Joint Chamber Choir performed in a lunchtime concert at Bolton Parish Church, as part of a series of their concert series.

The Chamber Choir, directed by Alistair MacKenzie, performed a mixed programme of sacred and secular music by Benjamin Britten, George Frederick Handel and Herbert Murrill, with a contrast of arrangements of lighter favourites including Blue Moon, The Way We Were and a dynamic version of and The Rhythm of Life  to an appreciative audience of members of the public making the most of their lunch breaks!

The Chamber Choir consists of pupils aged 14 to 18 who perform in many public performances throughout the year and have performed in major concert venues including Manchester Cathedral and The Bridgewater Hall and have performed in a number of European tours to France, The Czech Republic and Vienna.

These concerts at St. Peter's are held every Tuesday and next will be the Bolton School Senior and Advanced Guitar Groups.

 

 

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The Joint Chamber Choir perform their free lunchtime concert

The Joint Chamber Choir perform their free lunchtime concert

The Joint Chamber Choir perform their free lunchtime concert