Liverpool Welsh Choral Concert Dates 07/08

CHOIR-LOGO.jpg08 SEASON OF CULTURE STARTS HERE!
Liverpool Welsh Choral announce plans for an exceptionally exciting season ahead for all music lovers on Merseyside.
Stars from stage, screen and radio will join L.W.C. to present a wide variety of memorable musical concerts.
All promise to be capacity audiences!
BOOK NOW: 0151 652 6374.

* Saturday 10th November 2007.
CHORAL CATHEDRAL CLASSICS.
7.30pm at the Anglican Cathedral. Liverpool.
Scottish stars the Royal Edinburgh Choral join the LWC for this memorable and unique concert.
Programme includes Faure’s unforgettable ‘Requiem’ and Kodaly’s intriguing ‘Laudes Organi.’
World’s largest organ played by talented Stephen Hargreaves with acclaimed conductor Keith Orrell.

* Friday 14th December 2007.
CAROLS FOR THE CITY.
7.30pm at the Philharmonic Hall. Liverpool.
BBC Radio Merseyside’s star presenter Roger Phillips and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral’s star chorister James Orrel join the LWC for the annual, ever popular family concert. Seasonal delights and surprises are assured!

* Saturday 1st March 2008.
ALED JONES.
7.30pm at the Philharmonic Hall. Liverpool.
The popular Welsh baritone, star of TV and radio, joins the LWC and the RLPO to celebrate St David’s Day. Traditional songs and new tunes from Aled’s latest C.D. are highlights of this culturally rich concert.

* Saturday 15th March.
FLINTSHIRE ARTFEST.
7.30pm St Mary’s Church. Mold.
An evening of favourite choral classics at this highly regarded Welsh Music Festival.

* Saturday 24th May 2008.
VOICES ACROSS THE OCEAN.
7.30pm Mossley Hill Church. Liverpool.
LWC are honoured to be joined by members of the prestigious and renowned Pro Arte Choral from New York. Music from both sides of the Atlantic includes Rutter’s sublime ‘Requiem’ and Bernstein’s spectacular ‘Chichester Psalms.’

* Saturday 25th October 2008.
KARL JENKINS. WORLD PREMIERE.
7.30pm. Philharmonic Hall.Liverpool.
A true star in the world of music. LWC Patron Karl Jenkins joins the choir and RLPO for an evening of his own compositions, including a world premiere piece commissioned by LWC to commemorate the Capital of Culture 2008.

LIVERPOOL WELSH CHORAL……’SIMPLY DYNAMIC.’

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