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Witchert Chorale Concert

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Witchert Chorale

Simply to limit workload, we wouldn't normally cover events on this website outside Haddenham and its very close neighbouring villages — however, this concert would seem well worthy of a mention.

Local choir, the Witchert Chorale (conductor — David Quinn) is participating in the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London on Sunday 22nd April.

The concert is entitled Cantate Domino — an evening of devotional a cappella music

Also appearing on the programme is the BCS Elephant & Castle Choir (conductor — Onose Obukohwo).

Tickets are £23 (premium); £18 (unreserved); children £5

The location is St Paul's Covent Garden, Bedford Street, London WC2E 9ED

Box office: 07528 776625 or online here

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