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Bristol Choral Society’s 2018-2019 Season

Bristol Choral Society’s 2018-2019 Season

Join the Bristol Choral Society as they mark the centenary of the end of the WWI with an awe-inspiring programme of concerts.

27 October 2018 –  15 June 2019 | Visit website

The 'War and Peace' themed programme commences on 27th October with “Farewell to Arms”. Words and music reflecting on death, laying down of arms and returning to peace and including Vaughan Williams’ powerful Dona Nobis Pacem.

Also in the season:
  • Saturday 15 December - a time-honoured performance of Handel's Messiah at the Clifton Cathedral.
  • Saturday 2 February - Come & Sing: The Armed Man, an anti-war tribute to the victims of the Kosovo Crisis.
  • Saturday 9 March - Victory & Remembrance, including the moving Requiem by Mozart.
  • Saturday 15 June - Life Love and Hope, stunning choral arrangements to end the season.

Visit their website to find out more and book tickets.

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