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The season for Thame Choral Society begins this month with rehearsals for the annual Christmas concert on 10th December 2016, featuring a feast of songs, carols and readings in the second half and beginning with a performance of Camille Saint-Saëns' lyrical Oratorio de Noël, Op. 12 (Christmas Oratorio) for four soloists, four-part chorus and an orchestra comprising organ, strings and harp.

A warm welcome awaits all singers at this friendly and progressive choral society under the inspiring leadership of our director, Helen Swift.

Rehearsals take place on Wednesday evenings at Haddenham Methodist Church in High Street, between 7.30pm and 9.30pm. The first rehearsal this season takes place on Wednesday 7th September.

You can find out more about Thame Choral Society here.

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