Sep 1, 2012, 4:53 PM
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Bristol Choral Society has announced its 2012-13 season, including the popular annual Come & Sing day under the inspirational baton of conductor Adrian Partington:
Come & Sing Mendelssohn's St Paul with Bristol Choral Society and Adrian Partington Sat 16 Feb
Come & Sing Mendelssohn St Paul
Saturday 16 February 2013, 10am - 4pm
Tyndale Baptist Church, Bristol
Come and spend the day exploring Mendelssohnís St Paul under the inspirational baton of Adrian Partington.
Adrian writes of Mendelssohn's St Paul:
'St Paul was written when Mendelssohn was at the height of his creative powers in 1835.
Many musicians still consider that it is a finer work than the much later Elijah (1846). From the stoning of Stephen, to the events on the road to Damascus, from Paulís enlightenment to his spreading of the Gospel, Mendelssohn produces music of brilliance, of violence, of tenderness, and of calm.
Everything in the work is wonderful to sing, from the chorales to the vivid choruses.
St Paul is a masterpiece, unknown to too many people. Come along to Tyndale Baptist Church on 16th February to learn it and enjoy it - we will be singing the work in English, and the day will conclude with an informal performance with vocal soloists.'
Tickets: £15 (under 18s £7.50) including score hire, hot drinks and cake!
Click here to book Come & Sing Mendelssohn St Paul online *
In addition to the Come & Sing, the choir will also stage the following concerts in the first half of 2013:
* 23 March 2013 - Verdi Four Sacred Pieces & Rossini Stabat Mater at Colston Hall
* 15 June 2013 - Vivaldi Gloria, Kyrie, Dixit Dominus & summer from The Four Seasons at Bristol Cathedral
Beethoven's 9th Symphony for the Bristol Ensemble as they conclude their Beethoven Symphony cycle on May 8 at Colston Hall.
Click here to read more about the season and book your tickets at our website or see the attached season brochure
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* online booking fee of £2.50 per order (regardless of number of tickets bought). No booking fee if buying Come & Sing tickets by post (SAE required)
(This post was edited by scchoir on Jan 11, 2013, 10:03 PM)