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On this page we showcase selected forthcoming events by choirs and organisations other than our own. If you would like us to list your event, please email details (and, if possible, a poster or other publicity graphic) to .

Saturday 15 December 2018, 19:30
Christmas Concert Prestbury Choral Society St Peter's Church, Prestbury (map)
Vivaldi Gloria and music of the season. Tickets £12 (including drink).
Saturday 15 December 2018, 19:30
Family Christmas Concert Tatton Singers St John's Church, Knutsford (map)
Please join us for a feast of Christmas music - carols old and new, with some surprises. Listen, sing, enjoy!
Joined by the choir of Bexton Primary School. Conductor John Powell, organist Tim Kennedy.

Ticket prices: Adults £12, Concessions £10, Students £5. Includes a glass of wine/soft drink and a mince pie.
Sunday 13 January 2019, 16:00
Kinder Adult Chorus In Vivaldi Gloria Kinder Choirs of the High Peak Buxton Opera House (map)
Vivaldi's Gloria and Magnificat; The Coronation Anthems of G.F. Handel. With international soloists Aoife Miskelly (soprano), Yvonne Howard (mezzo-soprano) and the Kinder Chorus and Orchestra. Conductor Joyce Ellis MBE.
Saturday 19 January 2019, 09:30
2019 Singing Day: Gounod St Cecelia Mass St George's Singers St George's Church, Poynton (map)
Conductor Neil Taylor, Accompanist Peter Durrant

As a youth, Charles François Gounod intended to become a priest, but decided he was unsuited for the priesthood, and expressed his devotion in numerous works of sacred music. The Messe Solennelle de Sainte Cécile, dedicated to the patron saint of musicians, was his first major work, premiered in the Church of St Eustache in Paris on Saint Cecilia’s Day, 22 November 1855, and establishing him as a noteworthy composer. Gounod’s ability to compose dramatic music for the opera is clearly evident: the Gloria and Credo are famous for their drama, power and memorable melodies. Saint-Saëns ranked the Mass amongst Gounod’s best works, commenting ‘this serene light which rose before the musical world like a breaking dawn, troubled people enormously … at first one was dazzled, then charmed, then conquered’.

Tickets £22 to sing, £5 students, £5 audience. 9.30-10.15 am (registration for singers), 6.00 pm (concert).
Saturday 16 February 2019
Singing Day 2019: Carmina Burana Prestbury Choral Society Wilmslow United Reformed Church (map)
COME AND SING! Our popular Singing Day is open to experienced singers and novices alike. Led by our Musical Director, Simon Mercer.
Saturday 30 March 2019, 19:30
Spring Concert Prestbury Choral Society St Bartholomew's Church, Wilmslow (map)
Andrew Carter: Benedicte. Tickets £12 (including drink).
Monday 27 May 2019
Pennine Spring Music Festival Pennine Spring Music St Thomas's Church, Heptonstall (map)
Pennine Spring Music festival is a friendly annual music festival which takes place in the beautiful setting of Heptonstall, a pretty village in the Pennines hidden high above Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire. Our one week choral and orchestral gathering provides a challenging and inspiring environment for members to prepare for three concerts open to the general public. Singers in all parts are especially needed this year to participate in our exciting programme which includes choral works by composers as varied as Chilcott, Poulenc, Hamlish, Porter and Mozart. Singers may participate on either a residential or a day-to-day basis. Singers are expected to feel comfortable with sight reading, but to have familiarised themselves with the music in advance.

To see the full programme for the week and to apply to take part in the festival, please visit the website.
Wednesday 12 June 2019, 19:30
Summer Concert Prestbury Choral Society Prestbury Methodist Church (map)
Schubert Mass in G. Tickets £12 (including drink).