21.12.13 7.30pm, Colston Hall, Bristol; £25, £20, £15, £10 (under 25s £5, OAPs 10% discount)

http://bristolchoral.co.uk/concerts.htm

Bristol Choral Society’s renowned performance of Handel’s Messiah, sung completely from memory, with the stylish period instruments of Music for Awhile and four fine soloists, all conducted by Adrian Partington.

Audience comments from the 2012 performance included ‘completely superb’, ‘really amazing’ and, from Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres in her bachtrack.com review ‘A fabulous performance……it was as though Colston Hall had been wrapped in a giant ribbon for what can only be described as a Christmas present come early.’

An almost identical cast returns this year – come and hear it for yourself in Bristol this Christmas:

Handel’s Messiah

Saturday 21 December 2013, 7.30pm
Colston Hall, Bristol

Bristol Choral Society
Music for Awhile (leader Margaret Faultless)
Warwick Cole (harpsichord)
Adrian Partington (conductor)

Mary Nelson (soprano)
James Neville (countertenor)
Daniel Auchincloss (tenor)
John Savournin (baritone)

Tickets: £25, £20, £15, £10 (Under 25s £5, OAPs 10% discount) plus booking fee, are available
online at www.bristolchoral.co.uk

or from Colston Hall by phone (0844 887 1500) or in person

(also at 4.30pm same day, Mini Messiah family concert – £5 adults, accompanied children under 16 FREE)

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