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Look out for Angels at Thame Chamber Choir's next concert!

Following the sell-out concert it shared last month with the internationally-renowned Coull quartet, Thame Chamber Choir is joined by the quartet's cellist, Thame resident Nick Roberts, for its concert on Saturday 16th June entitled "Flights of Angels".

The unusual combination of chamber choir and cello produces a beautiful sound-scape, which will be heard to its best advantage in the wonderful acoustic of SJE Arts at St John the Evangelist Church in Oxford, a venue new to Thame Chamber Choir.

Nick will also be playing movements from the famous cello suites by Bach, and the choir will be contributing some a capella pieces by Bach, and other well-known composers such as Brahms, Mendelssohn and Kodaly.

Tickets, price £12, £10 concessions (under 18s free), are available from Tickets Oxford
Tel: 01865-305305
via the website
or at the door.

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