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Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
1:10 PM
It makes a fitting end to the Mid-days' season to welcome the Manchester Chamber Choir to The Bridgewater Hall, which won’t be at all unfamiliar to them. They have attracted a wide and enthusiastic following since their inception in 2002, and their programme of English part-songs is bound to prove very attractive.

They have developed a reputation for great flexibility and versatility, and have forged partnerships with a very diverse range of musicians, and will round off our year of music-making in great style.

Sponsored by The Ida Carroll Trust.

Programme:
Bridge - Music when Soft Voices Die; The Bee

Britten - 5 Flower Songs: To Daffodils; The Succession Of The Four Sweet Months; Marsh Flowers; The Evening Primrose; Ballad Of Green Broom

Parry - Four Songs Of Farewell: My Soul, There Is A Country; There Is An Old Belief; At The Round Earth’s Imagined Corners; Lord, Let Me Know Mine End