Handel's Israel in Egypt: Bristol Choral Society at Bristol Cathedral
|Published: 10th June 2012 15:51|
Bristol Choral Society rounds off its successful 2011-12 season with a performance of Handel's action-packed Israel in Egypt at Bristol Cathedral on Saturday 16 June at 7.30pm.
Stuffed with exciting and virtuosic choruses depicting plagues of frogs, flies, locusts, hailstones and the parting of the Red Sea to name a few, this performance of Israel in Egypt will also feature Baroque specialists the Corelli Orchestra and six vocal soloists (sopranos Linda Gerrard and Rachel Marsh, countertenor Richard Scott, tenor Gareth Treseder and basses Edwin Hillier & Christopher Dollins) under conductor Adrian Partington.
Details of the choir's upcoming 2012-3 season will also be announced at this concert, with the release of the new season brochure - find out what's in store first by picking one up at this concert.
Tickets, priced £8 - £20 (under 25s £5) are available in advance from Colston Hall (0117 922 3686), via www.bristolchoral.co.uk or at the door at the Cathedral on concert night.