Belshazzers Feast

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Epsom Choral Society and The Barnes Choir, two amateur choral groups renowned for their passion and dedication to musical excellence, are set to entertain audiences with a grand performance of Sir William Walton’s epic masterpiece, Belshazzar’s Feast, on Saturday 13th July 2024, at Cadogan Hall in London. Under the baton of their Musical Director, Julian Collings, and featuring acclaimed baritone soloist, Philip Tebb, this event promises to be an unforgettable evening.

The work will be performed by an 80-piece professional orchestra, including two additional brass bands as called for in Walton’s score, complemented by a combined choir of over 160 singers. Such a collaborative effort shows the commitment of both choirs to showcasing the exceptional standard of amateur choral singing prevalent in this country.

The programme will also feature a selection of other notable works, including Vaughan Williams’ evocative Five Mystical Songs, Parry’s majestic I Was Glad and stirring Blest Pair of Sirens, as well as Elgar’s enchanting Serenade for Strings.

“We are thrilled to bring together the talents of Epsom Choral Society and Barnes Choir for this ambitious performance,” said Julian Collings, Musical Director of both choirs. “Through our dedication and passion for choral music, we aim to inspire and uplift audiences, showcasing the extraordinary level of artistry that exists within the realm of amateur choral singing.”

Tickets for this event are now available from Cadogan Hall box office, offering audiences the opportunity to experience the power and beauty of choral music at its finest. Don’t miss this exciting collaboration.

Event Details:

• Date: 13th July 2024
• Time: 7:30 PM
• Venue: Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

For ticketing information and enquiries:

Please visit www.cadoganhall.com or contact the box office on 020 7730 4500 or
online https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/belshazzars-feast/book/912634/

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