Hear Chordiality in Cottingley this autumn at St Mary’s and St Monica’s Church, Cottingley – Sunday 9 October at 3pm.
A standing ovation was richly deserved and a fitting conclusion to Chordiality’s July concert ‘A Celebration of British Music’ at Holy Spirit Church in Heckmondwike.
As the summer break nears its end, the choir will regroup in September as the singers start rehearsals for a repeat performance of this concert this time back in Bradford at St Mary’s and St Monica’s Church in Cottingley – Bradford Old Road, Cottingley BD16 1SA.
Chordiality was joined in Heckmondwike by the ever-popular wind and saxophone quartet Notability. The rich acoustic of Holy Trinity brought out the best in the choir and a very appreciative audience clearly enjoyed every minute rewarding both singers and musicians with a well-deserved standing ovation as the show came to an end.
The Cottingley concert will keep the home flag flying again and feature works and composers that embody the ‘Best of British’. The choir’s repertoire on the day will include music from the Tudor period to modern day Pop classics, popular folksongs, patriotic anthems – Nimrod, Zadok The Priest, the Hallelujah Chorus – and showstoppers from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most-popular musical, The Phantom Of The Opera.
Chordiality are delighted to announce that the singers, in Cottingley, will once again be joined by guest musician, flautist Rosie Walsh.
To hear Chordiality in Cottingley, tickets, just £8, can be reserved via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through a member of the choir or by telephoning 01274 495911.