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recent events in the Sheffield Bach Society

Messiah’s a flier

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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2012 website info

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. We had about 9,000 views in 2012. Click here to see the complete report.

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Messiah to Messiah

After a sell-out Messiah at the Cathedral, lavishly praised by critic Bernard Lee (see ‘reviews‘), the singalong Messiah at Dore Parish Church on 17th December 2012 was another sell-out, and lots of fun. Best mulled wine so far this season, … Continue reading

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Organ recital

A great evening of organ music was enjoyed by an appreciative audience at the Beacon Methodist Church on September 13th when Dr Lindley perfumed what is becoming an annual recital. The Bach Society would like to extend their thanks to … Continue reading

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More B Minor Mass

Some more interesting links about the B Minor Mass. HISTORY OF THE B MINOR MASS and for the techies amongst you: http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Vocal/BWV232.htm  

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If you missed…

If you missed the St Peter’s Singers performance of the B Minor Mass in Halifax last week (read all about it here http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/lifestyle/the-guide-arts-and-entertainment/reviews/choir-does-justice-to-bach-s-greatest-hits-compilation-1-4313559) then you will definitely want to hear Simon Lindley conducting the Sheffield Bach Society in Sheffield Cathedral on … Continue reading

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Reflections on Bach’s B Minor Mass

Conductor Simon Lindley reflects on the B Minor Mass, its history and relationship with Yorkshire – yes, Arthur Sullivan conducted what is reputed to be the first complete performance of the mass in Britain (outside London) in Leeds in 1886. … Continue reading

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