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Thame Choral Soc

Thame Choral Society's next concert is a performance in English of the first three parts of Bach's joyous Christmas Oratorio accompanied by the Thame Sinfonia. The concert also includes new and traditional settings of Christmas songs and carols and some for the audience to sing as well. The usual Christmas fare of mince pies and mulled wine will also be available.

The concert is on Saturday, 12th December 2015 at 7.30 pm at St Mary's Church, Thame and tickets are £12 at the door or £10 in advance from A Piece of Cake, 18 Upper High Street, Thame OX9 3EX and Blooming Fruity, 6 Banks Parade, Haddenham.

Anyone interested in singing with this long-established choir will be welcomed at one of their Wednesday evening rehearsals, which begin again in January 2016 at the Methodist Church in Haddenham.

More information about the choir can be found on their website, and by sending an email to thamechoralsociety@hotmail.co.uk

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