Cleveland choir gears up for first public concert in two years
ONE of the Northeast’s best-known choirs, the Cleveland Philharmonic Choir is delighted to announce its first public performance since 2019.
The concert takes place tomorrow (November 20) at Stockton Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m., with the Mowbray Orchestra, and includes Mozart’s Mass in C minor, as well as Haydn’s Symphony No. 49 (La Passione). The conductor is Thomas Neal, with soloists Emma Morwood (soprano), Helen Sherman (mezzo-soprano), Dominic Bevan (tenor) and Robin Crinson (bass). The conductor is John Forsyth MBE.
Ticket numbers are limited to allow spacing between households. The concert will last approximately 80 minutes without an intermission, and all performers will have passed a Covid test before the performance. Spectators should wear a mask if they can.
The choir has continued to meet remotely during times of confinement, and rehearse face-to-face (albeit in a secure manner against Covid) since September, and now look forward to singing in front of an audience again. The program is sure to provide concert goers with a wonderful and well-deserved musical experience.
Tickets cost £ 15 for adults, £ 3 for children and full-time students, and are available from TicketSource at www.clevelandphilharmonicchoir.com or by calling 01642 782009.