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Apostles – change of soloist

Graeme Broadbent is no longer able to sing the part of Judas for us and has been replaced, at short notice, by Clive Bayley to whom we are very grateful.

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The Philharmonia is coming!

Just over five weeks until our performance of Elgar’s magnificent and moving setting The Apostles. This promises to be a superb evening to reward our audacity in booking The Philharmonia, one of the world’s great orchestras. Please hurry to book your tickets.

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Magnificent Berlioz

Gloucester Choral Society (with our friends from Bristol Choral and others) has now presented two magnificent performances of La Grande Messe des Morts by Hector Berlioz. The picture shows Adrian Partington shaking hands with Esa-Pekka Salonen at the end of a triumphant concert in the Royal Festival

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Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, beckons

Listen to some of us talking about the concert at RFH with Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Philharmonia Orchestra.

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“Unmissable London event”

We’re getting excited as our new season begins in earnest when we start rehearsals on 1st September. Time to brush up on the Berlioz Grande Messe des morts in readiness for our concert with the Philharmonia Orchestra under Esa-Pekka Salonen (no less) on 25th September in the

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