Category Archives: Choir Blog
Truly can Sheffield Bach Choir’s upcoming Summer Concert be said to live up to the title Summer Time – An American Celebration! (writes Simon Lindley..) Although, alone among the three composers – Donald Hunt, Morten Lauridsen and John Rutter – … Continue reading
by Simon Lindley It remains one of life’s profound mysteries that Messiah is widely regarded as the sacred work to perform during, or even slightly before, Advent in preparation for Christmas. But that is how things are! A comparatively small … Continue reading
Sheffield Bach Choir’s December presentation of Handel’s “Messiah” (as usual, a complete rendition, from “cover to cover” as we say in Yorkshire) moves this year to the City’s Victoria Hall Methodist Mission just opposite the stage door of the Crucible … Continue reading
Musicians from all over the North of England and further afield head for Sheffield on Saturday 23 November, the weekend of the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten in Aldeburgh in 1913, for a gala concert of British Music … Continue reading
Please do circulate this flier about our Britten concert. You can’t make a horse drink, but if you don’t take it to the water, it can’t drink even if it’s thirsty.* (* if that’s too cryptic, try this: If you … Continue reading
Please do download fliers for this year’s messiah, and send it to your friends – or anyone else you think might come along! SBS_A6flyer_Messiah_print-ready_front SBS_A5flyer_Come&Sing_print-ready_front
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